Much of my TED talk was about the power of imaging the invisible, and this book illustrates how scientific images have shaped our knowledge and understanding of the world. But Zadie Smith’s writing is calming in its sheer clarity — when reading it, you think, “Yes, that’s it exactly.” Of course, there is grief in the realizations that emerge from her sentences, but a little grieving is no bad thing. Building Stories is remarkable and sets the stage for an entirely new way of storytelling. You must have a goodreads account to vote. — Gil Winch (TED Video: How we can use the hiring process to bring out the best in people), Ho’oponopono: The Hawaiian Forgiveness Ritual as the Key to Your Life’s Fulfillment by Ulrich E. Duprée TED's holiday book list: 68 reads that will inspire you ; We humans How to cultivate a sense of unconditional self-worth ; We humans Let this be your mantra: “Nothing new for now” We humans The 7 types of rest that every person needs ; We humans The 7 types of rest that every person needs ; Science — Noah Bressman (TED-Ed Lesson: The fish that walk on land), Scatter, Adapt and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction by Annalee Newitz First read this book, then see if the company completed its Mission Zero by the target date here (and how): This book got me thinking a lot about remembering names as a way of honoring the beautiful souls of so many who have experienced untimely and unnecessary deaths in our society, because he names can blend in all too quickly. I now search for both when I am in those parts of the country. Get TED Talks picked just for you. Math 101, with … — Karen Scrivener (TED Talk: A concrete idea to reduce carbon emissions), The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins See No Stranger is a perfectly timed book. On its face, this is a book about poker. This book would never end up in a section of a bookstore labeled “inspirational.” In fact, the author states early on that he wanted to write a more uplifting book — but it would’ve been a lie. — John Biewen (TED Talk: The lie that invented racism), Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream by Jonathan Gruber and Simon Johnson The “Exchange Mode X” inspired me to channel the Sunflower Movement’s energy of outrage and hope into practical social innovations. Posted by: Cynthia Betubiza January 26, 2016 at 10:45 am EST . With over 200 medieval Japanese stories ( some less than a page), this is the book I reach for when I can’t sleep. It showcases the images that both inspired and changed the course of science as we know it. He now hosts a wide-ranging podcast that frequently highlights personal transformation. — Lucas Husted (TED-Ed Lesson: Game theory challenge — can you predict human behavior? This popular book was also made into a movie. This book is a searing, scathing examination of the national criminal justice system and the systemic racism that sits at its core. on Jun 17, 2015 The tables in bookstores can be overwhelming: Every book cover looks appealing, every blurb glows with praise. To me, it is a splendid place which exudes history and science all over and I am lucky enough to call it my workplace. Browse the library of TED talks and speakers. Posted by: TED Staff August 23, 2012 at 9:00 am EDT. In 1994, Interface Founder Ray C. Anderson experienced a life-altering epiphany when he read The Ecology of Commerce by Paul Hawken. I am especially grateful for the sacrifices he made during the founding of America. This is an easy-to-read compilation of stories that sheds light into the lives of African immigrants in America. Here are their eclectic picks, ready for. Here are their eclectic picks, ready for. I’m from a society where the male child is usually seen as the potential child, but my father never bought into that. She presents revolutionary love as the call of our time — reclaiming love from mere sentimentality and recasting it as a potent force for social change. For this year’s holiday book list, we asked TED speakers, educators and podcasters: “What books have inspired you?” We hope their recommendations will help you refresh and recharge. One of them was Sigurd Olson, a prolific author, environmental activist and long-time North Country paddler who helped draft the Wilderness act of 1964 and is largely credited with the creation of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA) of Northern Minnesota (a place I dearly love). The thing I love most about this book is how Annalee Newitz started writing this book with a fairly gloomy outlook but after much fascinating research, she came out the other side feeling hopeful for humanity. As the sports world ground to halt because of the coronavirus, a dear friend — knowing how much I was pining for baseball’s return — sent me his copy of Don DeLillo’s novella Pafko at the Wall, a poetic telling of what it must have been like for a motley crew of city kids to bear witness to one of the greatest moments in baseball history: Bobby Thompson’s 1951 walk-off home run against the Brooklyn Dodgers, a.k.a. — Mona Chalabi (TED Talk: 3 ways to stop a bad statistic), The Wind Done Gone by Alice Randall Photo: Michael Brands . — Nita Mosby Tyler (TED Talk: Want a more just world? It’s also stuffed with beautiful photography. It gave me goosebumps, the kind that grace you in transcendent moments of appreciating a Mozart sonata, an Elizabeth Barrett Browning sonnet or the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. by. — Erin Baumgartner (TED Talk: Big data, small farms and a tale of two tomatoes), The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin — Menno Schilthuizen (TED Talk: How animals and plants are evolving in cities), Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth (TED Talk: Grit — the power of passion and perseverence) Posted by: Kate Torgovnick May June 12, 2014 at 2:51 pm EDT . This book chronicles a magic moment in rock and roll — a point where the Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Interpol, Regina Spektor and so many others were all in the same place at the same time. You’ll definitely “give a damn” about this one, Scarlett. The tables in bookstores can be overwhelming: Every book cover looks appealing, every blurb glows with praise. This is an episode list for the sitcom Father Ted created by Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan, and starring Dermot Morgan, Ardal O'Hanlon, Frank Kelly and Pauline McLynn.The series is set on the fictional Craggy Island and is about three Roman Catholic Priests and their housekeeper.It aired on British broadcaster Channel 4 between 21 April 1995 and 1 May 1998. This playlist of TED Talks by women climate leaders (who were all contributors to our anthology All We Can Save — read about it above) will inspire you, deepen your understanding, connect the dots and help you find where you might fit into the heaps of climate work that needs doing. A graphic novel that includes a fight scene between two women in their 50s? — Saleem Reshamwala (TED Podcast: Far Flung with Saleem Reshamwala), Moms by Yeong-shin Ma Save Me the Plums is the memoir of writer Ruth Reichl as she moves from the free-wheeling food scene of Berkeley, California, into the often baffling world of corporate media when she becomes the editor of Gourmet magazine. Listen once – take notes 2. Getting inspired by how we can survive the worst feels like an appropriate and cathartic read for 2020. Since we know TED speakers love to read, we asked them: What book could you not stop reading? — Nirupa Rao (TED Talk: An illustrated kingdom of real, fantastical plants), Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift This is a beautiful memoir by a Holocaust survivor turned clinical psychologist, reminiscent of the great works of Anne Frank and Viktor Frankl. Sourdough: A Novel. Travel Movies Books Food Other. Bryan Stevenson inspires us to do something, anything, to fix the brokenness of inequity, and he showed me that doing nothing is simply not an option. This book serves courage — and some great food! But when you read this book, it’s more than just practical writing tips (of which there are plenty). Here’s a book that’s great for dipping into — I loved the diversity of the stories across thousand of years. In the Ruins of Neoliberalism: The Rise of Antidemocratic Politics in the West, Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream, Beyond the Messy Truth: How We Came Apart, How We Come Together. It's Kind of a Funny Story. Living in an era and a social circle that is today, two centuries later, almost unimaginable, Von Humboldt was the world’s first great ecologist with global insights that foretold today’s environmental downfall. In the touching determination of a father to help his daughter see beauty amidst despair, I understood the true power of imagination. The design is not limited to the story or to the presentation of the book — it is central to the narrative. by Rudolf Okonkwo Team of Rivals is a master class in leadership and one that has guided my own leadership development over the years. Brittney Cooper’s voice inspires the connection of head and heart to understand the world around us and unleash a fierce engagement with action. — Giorgia Lupi (TED Talk: How we can find ourselves in data) The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. When loving our enemy seems hard, she offers practical advice. Not only does the reader get a front-row seat to just how amazing turkeys are but you also gain all the wonder and joy that Joe Hutto experiences as he brings the turkeys into the wild. Scott Belsky is a great storyteller who paints a vivid picture of how messy it is to create and innovate. — Farish Ahmad-Noor (TED Talk: Why is colonialism still romanticized? Share This Idea. Sometimes we can look at or be in exactly the same things and places and have an entirely different experience. Game theory challenge — can you predict human behavior? I read this novel while in Cambodia; it’s loosely based on Vaddy Ratner’s own childhood under the brutal Khmer Rouge regime. There are several classics on the list… — Hasan Kwame Jeffries (TED Talk: Why we must confront the painful parts of US history), Writing Tools: 55 Essential Strategies for Every Writer by Roy Peter Clark Looking beyond the tribalism of today, Jones calls for a “bipartisanship from below” and invites us to find common ground with unlikely allies. — Adam Grant (TED Talk: Are you a giver or a taker? Every time I see it, I’m reminded that I don’t need perfect equipment to make things; I just need to let my brain get weird and dive in. Playlists. Chris Ware’s Building Stories, published in 2012, is so much more than a book. Admittedly, this last recommendation isn’t something to read, but to watch and listen to. A great TED Talk is proof that a carefully crafted short presentation can unlock empathy, stir excitement, spread knowledge and promote a shared dream. This book vicariously motivates us to value what we should treasure most in our world. Business Books 20 Books TED Speakers Think You Should Read This Summer The 2020 edition of TED's annual summer reading list is out and packed with great suggestions. As he raises them and works to safely return them to the total wild, they change his life. ), In the Ruins of Neoliberalism: The Rise of Antidemocratic Politics in the West by Wendy Brown — Karen Scrivener (TED Talk: A concrete idea to reduce carbon emissions), The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The 14 pieces in Building Stories includes a game board, a newspaper, two hardcover books and various ephemera filled with lonely, frustrated people aching for connection. Huh? — Neal Katyal (TED Talk: How to win an argument at the Supreme Court, or anywhere), When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi The world’s required reading list: The books that students read in 28 countries. — Tom Schuler (TED Talk: How we could make carbon-negative concrete), The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design by Roman Mars (TED Talk: Why city flags may be the worst designed thing you’ve never noticed) and Kurt Kohlstedt I usually read in bed, but now I tend to fall asleep so quickly that it’s difficult to read things like novels without forgetting the plot from one day to the next. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new … Sign In. I have stacks of collections of science-fiction short stories. ), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window), Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window), TED’s holiday book list: 68 reads that will inspire you, A friendly autonomous robot that delivers your food, No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention, How we can use the hiring process to bring out the best in people, Want a more just world? ), Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower by Brittney Cooper (TED Talk: The racial politics of time) It’s inspiration you can use! Posted by: Kate Torgovnick May May 31, 2013 at 2:00 pm EDT. It is 14 individual experiences full of ennui, heartbreak, joy and elation, of humans living their lives stacked inside a box — 14 interlocking stories of the residents of a Chicago apartment building. Any book by Isaac Asimov. Beyond the Messy Truth is an honest, empathetic and solutions-oriented look at the divides in the current US political landscape and, more importantly, how to heal them. A reading list for math enthusiasts. Although an autobiography, this is also America’s first self-help book. TED Talks are influential videos from expert speakers on education, business, science, tech and creativity, with subtitles in 100+ languages. 5. The so-called “calculators” included Annie Jump Cannon, Henrietta Swan Leavitt and Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, among others, who were living in a world of science dominated by men. Here, some picks. I love Leopold’s simple and direct writing style, and in A Sand County Almanac, he essentially lays out the fundamentals for an ethics of environment. This book is a must-have guide on how we can walk through this darkness together and emerge better than before. Sign In. Give 5 minutes to tidy notes 3. The illustrations make you feel a little bit less dead inside, and the narrative of life’s consecutive disappointments has a strange levity. Each little story is a dreamscape and puts my mind in a different state. — Ariel Waldman (TED Talk: The invisible life hidden beneath Antarctica’s ice), Reflections From the North Country by Sigurd F. Olson This sci-fi novel presents an Afrofuturist vision of the possibility of Black life. As a consequence this year, I found myself returning to old favorites and writers who most influenced me. If you are looking for more articles and resources for Inspiring Stories, take a look at these Giving Compass selections related to impact giving and Inspiring Stories. Ever since, I’ve wondered why, and this poignant New York Times article begins to unravel the mystery. This book (written by another TEDster) illuminates the kind of life we should all be living. Nnedi Okorafor Broken Spaces and Outer Places. — D-L Stewart (TED Talk: Scenes from a Black trans life), Pafko at the Wall by Don DeLillo With such images etched on our collective imagination, it is no surprise when some leaders imitate the stereotypes and I am inspired by books about highly successful leaders who break that mold. Long enough to explore a powerful idea but short enough to read in a single sitting, TED Books pick up where TED Talks leave off. — D-L Stewart (TED Talk: Scenes from a Black trans life), Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott (TED Talk: 12 truths I learned from life and writing) Stereotypes paint leaders as authoritative, dispassionate characters whose job is to make decisions and issue commands. If you’re not a professional historian and haven’t read a biography of Frederick Douglass, you may have a rather vague sense — as I did until recently — that Douglass was an “important” abolitionist writer and speaker. The book’s description of what happened to reindeer on “a little speck of rock in the Bering Sea” motivated Anderson to transform his take-make-waste carpet company into an environmentally sustainable corporation. It shows that even in the face of a system so impossibly large and complex, a small group of tirelessly dedicated people can make a difference. He is the reason I am doing all I’m doing today, because he believed in me even more than I believed in myself. Hsieh believed that providing outstanding customer service and increasing employee engagement and happiness are two sides of the same thing, each fueling the other, and I totally agree. Here’s what to read now — and next. TED Winter Reading List 2017: 56 Books You Won't Be Able to Put Down show list info. It won the Pulitzer Prize! It made me consider how rural America is filled with both stunning landscapes and meaningful, but also difficult lives and the strength to overcome. The TED Fellows program is a global network of visionaries in their fields who collaborate across disciplines to create positive change around the world. — Varun Sivaram (TED Talk: How India could pull off the world’s most ambitious energy transition), Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom by David Blight The author is a former lawyer who struggled with addiction, before turning his life around and becoming one of the best ultra-endurance athletes in the world. TED’s reading list: 78 feel-good books to help you rejoice, reflect or recharge Dec 6, 2018. For that, Borges is our guide. I bet a lot of readers come away inspired to be a little more honest and a little more brave in how they tell their own stories. — Chris Fisher (TED Talk: Let’s scan the whole planet with LIDAR), Your Inner Fish: A Journey into the 3.5-Billion-History of the Human Body by Neil Shubin This book was actually an “anti-inspiration” for me. Who controls the internet? — Leah Garcés (TED Talk: A lesson in turning adversaries into allies), A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold I grew up on the shores of gichi-gami (a.ka. Many hope to move back home someday — but when they do, they realize their lives are now different from what they used to know. The story repeats in succession a mother’s personal nursery rhyme for her child as the family goes through multiple varying stages of life. TED’s giant summer reading list: Books to read right now Jun 27, 2019. The first requires my writings to be clear, precise and succinct; the second prompts them to be more engaging, inspiring, challenging. It is, at times, fun culinary escapism — you get to plod along next to her as she zigzags between Parisian bistros, sampling plats du jour and carafes of unlabeled red wine. I’m going to be the next person to tell you that you definitely should. Reading List: 12 books by recent TED speakers. It is hauntingly sad and infuriating, but I saw it also as a call to action. Dealing with uncertainty often turns out to be messier than we anticipate, and those who are not prepared or who have the wrong expectations give up too quickly. Anne Lamott is a beloved American writer for all the right reasons, and I originally sought out her book to help me get through a creative rut and spiritual ennui when all of us first found ourselves in quarantine. The Richest Man in Babylon. Beyond the world’s required reading list, what books do high school and middle school students love to read? It also sings a song of encouragement to female leaders, to people looking to pivot in their careers, and underlines the all-too-often overlooked importance of having a few good friends along for the ride. and TED Podcast: Work Life with Adam Grant), The Autobiography of Ben Franklin You'll find it half way down the list, right after Christopher Hitchens' magnum opus, God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.I appreciate TED's commitment to diversity of ideas. — Nisha Anand (TED Talk: The radical act of choosing common ground), Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson (TED Talk: We need to talk about an injustice) Neil Shubin offers an easy-to-understand explanation of how life evolved from single-cell organisms into people. This book is like walking through an exquisitely curated museum exhibit from the comfort of your own home. Listen again and add to notes (use a different colour pen). — Erin Baumgartner (TED Talk: Big data, small farms and a tale of two tomatoes), Walden by Henry David Thoreau The lessons from Walden are especially relevant during the pandemic. It also gave me a few deep belly laughs, and those will always cure what ails you. — George Siedel (TED-Ed Lesson: Ethical dilemma — the burger murders), The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World by Andrea Wulf By telling the story of his own life, Franklin inspires others to achieve success. — Noah Bressman (TED-Ed Lesson: The fish that walk on land), “Happiness Won’t Save You” by Jennifer Senior (TED Talk: For parents, happiness is a very high bar) This article is deemed a must-read by one or more of our expert collaborators. The book dances between melancholy and humor and you immediately get into the rhythm of the jig. — Ali Kashani (TED Talk: A friendly autonomous robot that delivers your food), Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion and Purpose by Tony Hsieh Reading List. — Gil Winch (TED Video: How we can use the hiring process to bring out the best in people), The Cathedral Within: Transforming Your Life by Giving Something Back by Bill Shore I fell deeply in love with this book as it switched between a memoir of a poor childhood in a junkyard and the raw beauty of a rare, long-pine ecosystem. This compilation of reading assigned to students everywhere will expand your horizons — and your bookshelves. 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