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- TED: Ideas worth spreading
- TED Talks are influential videos from expert speakers on education, business, science, tech and creativity, with subtitles in 100+ languages. Ideas free to stream and download.
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- 5 Most popular TED Talks of 2020 (+ a bonus)
- 1. How we must respond to the coronavirus pandemic
- 2. Why COVID-19 is hitting us now — and how to prepare for the next outbreak
- 3. What coronavirus means for the global economy
- 4. It’s OK to feel overwhelmed. Here’s what to do next
- 5. How the pandemic will shape the near future
- 6. The perks of being a pirate
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5 Most popular TED Talks of 2020 (+ a bonus)
It should come as no surprise that the best TED lectures this year are dedicated to COVID-19. A speaker who appeared in the above list appears not once, but two whole times – can you guess who this influencer is?
And since this whole COVID talk is making us globally anxious, I included a small bonus at the end of the list, which is something different but still communicates valid and important points.
So, without further ado – let’s see which the Best TED talks 2020 are.
1. How we must respond to the coronavirus pandemic
Speaker: Bill Gates Views: 7.3M
Bill Gates is one of the most Famous TED talk speakers when it comes to viruses, and no, I don’t mean computer ones. Here he gives his insights into the COVID-19 pandemic and argues why self-isolation and testing are of the utmost importance. He also discusses which medical advancements are promising, and what the world has to do to end this crisis.
2. Why COVID-19 is hitting us now — and how to prepare for the next outbreak
Speaker: Alanna Shaikh Views: 3.1M
One of the great TED talks regarding COVID gives a brief rundown on the virus – where did it come from, how did it spread so fast, and most importantly – what’s next? Global health expert Alanna Shaikh talks about all this and follows the spread of the virus, discussing why it’s not effective to restrict travel and highlights the much needed medical reforms worldwide to prepare for what’s coming. “We need to make sure that every country in the world has the capacity to identify new diseases and treat them,” she says.
3. What coronavirus means for the global economy
Speaker: Ray Dalio Views: 2.1M
Another one of the top TED talks of 2020 is corona-related. Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, offers wide-spectrum insights on the best ways to recover from the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic – and use the opportunity to reconstruct the systems that help cultivate our economies. “I’m a capitalist. I believe in the system. I believe you can increase the size of the pie and you could divide it well,” he says.
4. It’s OK to feel overwhelmed. Here’s what to do next
Speaker: Elizabeth Gilbert Views: 1.7M
Fear and anxiety are common shared feelings amidst the pandemic. Author Elizabeth Gilbert offers a safe haven of understanding and hope by reflecting on how to stay present in the moment, accept negative emotions, and trust in the endurance of the human spirit. This is one of the more recent TED talks, and takes a different angle on the COVID-19 pandemic. “Resilience is our shared genetic inheritance,” Gilbert says.
5. How the pandemic will shape the near future
Speaker: Bill Gates Views: 1M
Bill Gates is at it again with one of the hottest TED talks topics of the year, discussing the best and worst scenarios that COVID-19 could cause in the months ahead. He further explains what the challenges are to reducing virus transmission, speaks about promising vaccine candidates, and even takes a second to consider conspiracy theories revolving around himself. He also makes an appeal to fellow philanthropists, whose action is needed now more than ever.
6. The perks of being a pirate
Speaker: Tom Nash Views: 2M
Harrr. I am so glad this one made it into the top TED talks of the year. DJ and self-proclaimed pirate Tom Nash is here to bushwack our hearts with his charm and humor, while pondering on how facing adversity due to disability welcomed pragmatism, patience and ambition into his life in enlightening ways. “We all have unique weaknesses,” he says. “If we’re honest about what they are, we can learn how to best take advantage of them.” One of the most popular TED talks of the year (which isn’t centered around COVID) will make you smile and reminisce a bit about life.
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