Top products from r/ted

We found 11 product mentions on r/ted. We ranked the 11 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/lilwitch646 · 1 pointr/ted

This book is pretty awesome.

Talk Like TED: The 9 Public-Speaking Secrets of the World's Top Minds
by Carmine Gallo

u/Chakosa · 1 pointr/ted

Why Everyone (Else) is a Hypocrite: Evolution and the Modular Mind totally changed the way I see myself and others, and our interactions with one another. It's not a hard or particularly long read (the Kindle version is something like 272 pages and the last 70-ish are citations so it's about 200 pages of actual reading) and it's one of those books that I think EVERYONE needs to read, even if you have zero interest in psychology or biology, because it will dramatically change the way you view your life.

u/Kyoshi07 · 3 pointsr/ted

Talk Like TED: The 9 Public-Speaking Secrets of the World's Top Minds

Scroll down a little and you can see my talk "goals suck, dreams are epic.

TED should assign you an official TED speech coach as well.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/ted

This talk is a brief summary of principles laid out in the wonderfully insightful and potentially life altering "The Anatomy of Peace" and other publications by the Arbinger Institute

u/k1mchi · 5 pointsr/ted

For those interested: his book, Sex at Dawn

u/animistern · 3 pointsr/ted

You might also be interested in the book

u/krotonpaul · 1 pointr/ted

Try this -
thinking man's comedy.

u/hex_m_hell · 1 pointr/ted

Add to that The Lucifer Effect and you have my last few months reading list.

These are some of the most important books I've ever read.

u/pragma · 1 pointr/ted

The Second Machine Age, by Erik Brynjollfsson and Andrew McKee.

Explains everything about this jobless recovery, the real nature of the coming time of plenty, and what we might want to do to avoid revolution. Goes deep into impacts of AI and automation.

u/Sib3rian · 1 pointr/ted

Hah, no worries! As for your questions: one computer; a couple of meters; as cheap as possible.

For now, my eyes are on this guy, though there's an even cheaper one (10 bucks) that I'm considering, too.

I really just want it to help during the persuasive speech I have to give in Oral Comm. in a week or so. I don't know if I'll really need it for later (though I might. I doubt I'll get away with giving no speeches for the rest of my stay at the uni), so I don't want to spend too much money on it.

Also, since I live outside the U.S., due to a different currency (and shittier economy) that 5 bucks is more like 14, so there's no way I'm paying more than 20 unless it's a goddamn golden remote from heaven.