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10 Inspirational TED Talks By Women That You Need To See

Be ready to be inspired!

These women are artists, scientists, writers, leaders, and they all come from such different walks of life. They all have one thing in common though; their messages are something you need to pay attention to.

Here are 10 inspirational TED Talks by women that you need to see! They are sure to help inspire you in your career as well as your personal life.

They’re very uplifting to watch on your commute to work to pump yourself up for a day at the office, or after a bad day when you’re just not feeling your best.

Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability

Brené Brown has a lot of inspirational videos that you should watch, but this one is one of my favorites. Brené talks about how vulnerability is actually a key to success while being an essential pillar of any relationship in your life.

Aimee Mullins: The Opportunity Of Adversity

Aimee Mullins is redefining what it means to be disabled while showing you what it means to let adversity become an opportunity.

Mel Robbins: How To Stop Screwing Yourself Over

Mel Robbins dives into what you can do to stop screwing yourself over, in such an honest and entertaining way. You can’t help but respect her advice!

Isabelle Mercier: The Power of Zero Tolerance

Isabelle Mercier talks about what you can instantly do to alleviate worry. Worry is a problem: it kills creativity and productivity!

Amy Cuddy: Your body language may shape who you are

Amy Cuddy talks about how body language affects how others perceive you.

Amy teaches you ways to change your own body language to improve how people see you.

Elizabeth Gilbert: Your elusive creative genius

Elizabeth Gilbert is the author of the acclaimed book “Eat, Pray, Love”.

In this talk, she discusses how we all have a little genius inside us.

Celeste Headlee: Don’t find a job, find a mission

Celeste Headlee likens your job to dating; it takes time to find the perfect match.

Carrie Green: Programming your mind for success

Carrie Green is a female entrepreneur who started her first online business at 20, while also studying law.

She was able to take her business global, and she shares with you what you too can do to succeed.

Jessica Gimeno: How to get stuff done when you are depressed

Jessica Gimeno has bipolar disorder, and she is a wealth of knowledge on how you can get stuff done when you are depressed.

Even if you are not depressed, she has some great advice on how to get stuff done even if you are not feeling motivated.

Jill Bolte Taylor: My stroke of insight

Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor discusses the stroke she had and how this experience changed her views on the world and herself.