C is for Chip Conley: How Companies Can Apply Maslow’s Ideas

In this video Chip explains how he applied Maslow’s approach to meeting the needs of the employees, customers and investors at his company Joie de Vivre Hotels.

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P is for Kristin Powers: Facing Possible Huntingdon’s Disease

Kristin believes in enjoying life and passing on a heartfelt legacy. Here is the official introduction to her talk at TEDxTEEN.

Kristen Powers has always refused to believe that a person needs a car, Read more

S is for Jonah Sachs: The Power Of Positive Stories To Change The World

Jonah starts this talk at the Sustainable Brands conference by saying he has 15 minutes to give people some ideas they can use to change the world.

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H is for Phil Hansen: Embracing Our Limits Can Enable Us To Be Creative

In this video from the Sustainable Brands Conference, Phil describes how he embraced his greatest fear. Here is the official introduction to the video

In his moving talk, artist Phil Hansen describes how he Read more

P is for Daniel Pink: Factors That Motivate Us To Perform Fine Work

In this animated video Daniel gives an introduction to the key factors that drive people in their work. This is based on a talk he gave at the Royal Society of Arts.

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T is for Homa Tavangar: Helping Children To Grow Up Global

Homa grew up with the awareness of being a global citizen. Born in Iran, she has lived in East and West Africa, South America and throughout the U.S. She speaks four languages and Read more

S is for Clarifying Your Lifetime Picture of Success

Everybody is different and everybody has different pictures of success.

What is your picture? Looking back on your life when you are 80, what for you will mean you have had a successful life?

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D is for DoSomething.Org: Young People Delivering Positive Change

Do.Something.org is an organisation that channels the energy of young people under the age of 25.

Anybody over that age is considered an old person. But, of course, older people have something Read more

H is for Carl Honoré: Slowness Can Improve The Quality Of Our Lives

Carl Honoré hit a chord with his best selling book In Praise of Slow. More recently he has produced The Slow Fix.

He believes that human beings can enrich their lives by doing some Read more

F is for Daniel Forrester: Consider – Take The Time To Making Decisions

Daniel encourages people to take time to reflect before making decisions. Some decisions do need to be made quickly. But there is often time to consider the options and improve the chances of success.

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