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TEDxAix: Le monde est à nous / The World is Ours

par Nicolas, le 9 mai 2014
session-4

 

La Forêt

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Ann-Lund Wahlberg

Overcoming challenges: it’s about mindset/Surmonter les obstacles: une question de mentalité

Painting helped me express the things I wanted to do when I was a little girl. My parents taught me to use my imagination to do the things I wanted to do and see the possibilities instead of limits.
It was hard to get into a normal school, from Kindergarten to University. I did a degree in social work and continued painting all those years.
I wanted to use my painting to show people we all have a skill. I quit my job and took a chance : could I paint and live from it ?
I got married and had 3 children. I used my imagination to attend my children’s daily needs.
Every day I spend a lot of time planning, preparing the day and giving instructions to my assistants. I have to write every detail of my day.
It’s hard work and it takes a lot of patience, yet I’m grateful for my life.

 

Fayçal Djeridane

Imagerie médicale : la tête dans les étoiles

L’enfer et le paradis existent au même droit. Il n’existe qu’une seule nationalité : humain. Il n’existe qu’une seule discipline scientifique : celle qui les réunit toutes. Toutes les sciences sont humain-dépendantes.
1 patient, 5 scanners, 5 résultats différents : un processus de standardisation a été crée pour y remédier.
La longue-vue est à la navigation ce que l’imagerie est à la médecine.
La meilleure façon de prédire l’avenir, c’est de le créer.

 

Serge Trigano

Chuter, apprendre et se réinventer

Si l’on vit avec les codes du passé, on ne peut pas inventer les codes du futur.

 

Laurent Choain

Ce qui est le plus disruptif ce sont les autres. La base de tout, c’est l’humain, la chaleur. Le business n’est qu’un terrain de jeu social.

 

Bilal Al-Nemr

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Ben Chang

Leadership Amplified: let your passions impact your day job / Leadership amplifié : laisser les passions nourrir la vie professionnelle


 

Do I belong here ? Do I have the skills to succeed ?
What’s important is to capture the spirit of what we do.
Know your strengths, don’t hide your passions. Encourage your peers and those you mentor to follow that path.
Am I happy that I pursued each of these passions to the fullest (from DJing to diplomacy, via photography.), that I let them overlap ? Even when I had the feeling I didn’t belong there ?
Very much so.