I want to take this concept and apply it not only to my business, but all areas of my life. I LOVE this concept and what it does for our thought process.
I could probably spend a month just watching Ted videos. Thanks for this one. Once again the better question wins the day over those who purport to have the answers.You have helped me to create a better why question. I owe you and The Edupunk will be better for it.
Thanks Da! I'm so grateful for your support. I think I need to revisit this Video and do a proper self analysis.
hmmmmmmmmm nice vid , thanx for inviting ,George !and thanx Andrea for creating a blog for TED .it is really motivating nd gr8.
Thank you for your response! I really wish I would have been on my a-game when I was posting before. Gotta love the TED!
Thank you Andrea for such a helpful venture!You have proved that you are like your father in innovations
Thanks Balqis, he's taught me quite a bit!
Thanks a lot for sharing. Great food for thought!
Thank you Kirsten! Although I didn't show my appreciation for your encouragement when you posted, but I DO love the love.
Andrea,Firstly I love the name of your blog. "Threaded city" is poetic, mysterious and promises complex ideas & insights. It's original and magical.I'm happy to say that the "why" has been the most important thing for me for quiite some time, which is how I got mixed up in edupunk etc.Without a 'why' things feel meaningless, so how can you produce from an empty 'thinktank'?No soul, no goal, I say.I wish you great success and thanks for sharing this great video.
My sincerest and deepest gratitude for YOUR poetic expression of Threaded City! I hope that although my absence from this blog you will continue to be encouraged by this. I am planning on a "WHY!!! - Revisited" and would love to hear more about how the video made a difference to you! Thank you Silvers.