A TEDxTC speech that I gave a while ago was posted on the main TED site this past Saturday and the number of views has just skyrocketed. I can’t tell you how gratified I am that the folks at TED chose to promote my talk and it thrills me even more to see some of the wonderful conversation that is being generated in the comments section. My talk is about how we can create a better world by integrating common good values as an intrinsic design in the products, services and processes that we use in our everyday lives. We have become too reliant on the input of angry politics that move us right and left as the way to regulate our world, when what we need are outcomes that move us forward. Building habitats and cultures that honor our values and our needs is one way to do just that. (more…)
I am extremely appreciative of the opportunity I had to speak at a TEDxTC event — Thank you to everyone who helped me get there. My speech, which you can see in the video below, is about using the design of cultural habitats as a way to regulate a world that produces value and honors our common good values.
Coming up on Thursday, August 4th is the TEDxTC Remix event, featuring a remix of my previous TEDxTC talk! It’ll be great fun, and it’s FREE. In order to reserve yourself a spot, visit this website and enter the following password: TEDxTCGuest.
Hope to see you there!