Barry Schwartz: The real crisis? We stopped being wise

In this great TED talk, Barry Schwartz makes a plea for practical wisdom and against additional rules and ‘following procedure’.

This is a great speech but I especially liked his slides.

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Justin Frank: Inside the Mind of President Bush

Justin Frank, clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry at George Washington University Medical Center, analyzes the mind of George W. Bush.

This insightful talk is about 20 minutes long, followed by Q&A.

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Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Creativity, fulfillment and flow

It’s definitely not the best TED talk but still pretty solid. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi talks about the state of "flow", "a state of heightened focus and immersion". Even if you want to skip the rest of the presentation, just take a look at his last insightful slide.

At this point I want to take the time to thank the inventor of copy & paste.

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Martin Seligman: What positive psychology can help you become

Martin Seligman, the founder of positive psychology, shows three different lifestyles to achieve happiness at TED.

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Jonathan Haidt: The real difference between liberals and conservatives

Usually, comments at TED are positive and approving. The comments of the talk from Psychologist Jonathan Haidt are different. In his funny and mind-opening talk he looks behind the five moral values that determine the political opinions.

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