If you don’t like to read, you haven’t found the right book.
DISCLAIMER: I swear on my favourite book that this is not an attempt to turn everyone into a reader.
It is a struggle to find good books. There, I said it. I have been a reader for almost a decade now and I scuffle with finding the right book to read even today. There is so much literature in the world to be explored, it gets overwhelming.
I am sitting in a café sipping chai as I write this. If someone comes up to me or calls me right now, I would tell them I am working. I move my eyes around the room and I see about 20 people doing the exact same thing. If I go to the next café, I will probably witness the same scene. I know that because I was there yesterday, which got me thinking:
This is our new way of working—a comfortable couch, a screen, a beverage, and an internet connection.
Does anyone remember what workspaces in India look like?
Benjamin Franklin once said, “the entire mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are movable, and those that move.”
The TEDx group belongs to the third class. And TEDx events give you the opportunity to be a part of that class.
My first experience with TEDx was through the internet. I was scrolling through YouTube when I came across a talk on mental health and I had to listen to it. To be precise, that talk was intense, immoderate, and insightful. One talk led to another which led to a third one which led to a whole night of binging on TED talks. Talk about next-level Netflix and chill!