At first I thought I’d only like Tony’s presentation, where he delivered on his Six Human Needs Psychology which I’ve found very useful;
The Six Human Needs
2) Uncertainty or Variety
4) Connection & Love
shared his personal life, summed up a powerful perspective of what shapes and drives us, and ended on a powerfully moving note.
And when I watched the other videos, I was also blown away. These are the few I’ve seen so far:
Hilarious. It takes a lot of guts and humility to be funny by taking potshots at yourself. It’s a very short follow-up on his earlier speech, and making me look even more forward to his film, An Inconvenient Truth (crossing my fingers it comes to Singapore).
She spoke straight from the heart, and this is one person who’s been through worse times than a lot of us can imagine, still come up strong and make amazing differences in her community. I was watching in my room and I was so moved I clapped for her at the end.
Sir Ken Robinson
An excellent speaker, love that British accent and dry wit. He brings up very thought-provoking points on education, creativity and the future. Extraordinary.
I’m sure the other videos will be as enjoyable and inspiring, and you can check out the list of them with options to stream or download at Presentation Zen: If your idea is worth spreading, then presentation matters.