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The Best TEDx Talks

Updated: Feb 23, 2023

I've been privileged enough to see some incredible TEDx speakers. I've included some of my favourite speakers, which I know you will find inspiring.

 

The Power of a Promise | Jordan Wylie | TEDxWinchester


Ideas are two-a-penny. Action isn't. But some ideas do make it all the way to completion. Jordan Wylie dips into his extraordinary experiences from the military, extreme adventures and as a fundraiser to search for the magic ingredient. Is there a formula to maximise the chances of a good idea coming to fruition? He concludes there is. And it's something accessible to us all.




 

Saving Lives through Social Media | Jaz O'Hara | TEDxRoyalTunbridgeWells


Social media changed Jaz's life, and the lives of thousands of people she works with.


Not to be underestimated as a tool for procrastination, Jaz O'Hara demonstrates the power of Facebook and Instagram (and other channels), not just through her own crazy story, but through several inspiring examples of the refugees she works with in camps across Europe and the Middle East and how they have been impacted by this amazing resource we all have at our fingertips!


In under a year, Jaz went her job in fashion in London, to sleeping in a tent in a refugee camp in Northern France, to speaking at the UN headquarters in New York, all after a post she wrote about her first experience visiting a refugee camp in Calais, known as the Jungle, went viral. Check out Jaz's Instagram account The World Wide Tribe




 

What really makes someone a hero? | Ringpullman | TEDxRoyalTunbridgeWells

If you’ve ever seen something in the media that makes you want to take action but it seems too far away, insurmountable or beyond your ability to help.


Ringpullman shows how through creative nonconformity you can make a difference. If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way. Ringpullman will take you to New York, The Dominican Republic, Romania, Africa and Royal Tunbridge Wells to show you that anyone regardless of their location can help and serve others.


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it’s Ringpullman. The Caped Crusader of Tunbridge Wells on an electric unicycle trying to make a difference. His identity is a mystery but his mission isn’t.




 

How I used VR to process my grief | Samantha Kingston | TEDxWinchester

After the loss of her mother in 2018 from the consequences of alcohol misuse, Samantha turned to filmmaking and VR to process her grief and loss.


This led to her becoming a voice for alcohol awareness, specifically for children of alcoholics. Samantha is a tech co-founder and Community Champion.




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