TED Thursday: Expanding Your Identity to Embody Your Potential

Every Thursday I will be choosing and posting a TED Talk that I think should be shared with you. I will not go at length about the benefits of it; they speak for themselves! Instead, I will provide you with the quick presentation blurb for it from TED Talk. You take it from here! This week, the TED Talk I choose to share with you is:

Expanding Your Identity to Embody Your Potential
with Amy Walker at TEDxPhoenixville

Amy Walker is an artist of many media. Her online videos have garnered over 20 million views on YouTube and beyond, from the viral “21 Accents,” to memorable characters, songs, stories, and musings on being human. She recently collaborated with Jack White and Third Man Records, to produce the single “A Discourse on Accents”, available from iTunes and Third Man Records. The success of her one-woman shows and videos landed her on the TODAY Show, NPR, Inside Edition… and inspired the film Connected, which is being produced by the global community at ConnectedFilm.com. As a director and teacher, Amy has tapped the truth in artists all over the world, from productions to workshops and private coaching. She is insatiably interested in the unique juice that fuels the human spirit, and dedicates her life to awakening the full potential within herself and others.

This is a 3 parts TED talk called: Expanding Your Identity to Embody Your Potential. You can watch them all one after another. the two first parts are approximately 6 minutes. The third one is approximately 11 minutes.

Defining your identity (Part 1 of 3)

Expanding Your Identity (Part 2 of 3)

Embodying Your Potential (Part 3 of 3)

I just liked her for some reason! She has a great energy, she is funny…




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