100 Lessons from TED talks.

The things that have been most valuable to me I did not learn in school.

I came across lifehack.org when looking into lifehacker, after I found and shared an article on 50 great life hacks.

I love how one discovery leads to another and yet another.

There is so much inspiring and interesting content on the web I do wonder sometimes if there will ever be a point when I’ve read and seen everything.

For the time being this is definitely not the case, and today’s article is pure gold.

TED, as you may or may not know, is an organisation which brings together professionals from Technology, Entertainment and Design (hence TED) and they share ideas for the greater good of the world.

One of the great things about TED talks are that there are just so many of them and they are so varied.

This is also a downside as there are so many of them and they are so varied. – see what I did there 🙂

So the lovely Chris Bailey at Lifehacker.org spent time collating some lessons and conclusions from 296 TED talks in the hope of saving you time (and of course for people like me to link to his great article)

Well, well, well worth a look, a read and a share – so much to find here and as with all numbered lists you can jump in and out as you please.

My favourite?

27. You’re not as rational as you think you are. One example: do you supersize your meal at McDonald’s even when you’re not hungry?