2018 TEDxDelft

I’m a live TEDx addict and 2018 TEDxDelft (22 March 2018) was the 11th live event I have attended. It didn’t disappoint, with an impressive line up of speakers delivering yet another inspiring day, again held at TU Delft’s AULA.

At time of writing, the programme can be seen here: https://www.tedxdelft.nl/programme/

(Depending on when you are reading this, it may later be moved to the “past events” section)

You can watch the 2018 TEDxDelft talks here: https://www.tedxdelft.nl/2018-talks-performances/

The two that made the biggest impact on me were Jonathan Schoenenmaker, an articulate young man who talked about depression.  This is a topic I can relate to, but beyond that, he gave a personal but practical talk about how to help someone with depression – and more importantly, what doesn’t help.

Vreneli Stadelmaier gave a fabulous talk about how the lack of confidence holds women back.

The official after movie is here:

TEDx Delft 2018 – As a Matter of Faith – Aftermovie from TEDxDelft on Vimeo.

You can view my own Google photos album here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/jHLSH693rCaG1rT57

Here’s a few of my favourites:

Hanging out with lots of amazing people: Stefanie Thomas, Rob Speekenbrink, Nancy Maher, Jonathan Talbott.

Nice “ticket” bracelet this year.

Front row seats with Steffi!

Loving it….

The Smartphone Orchestra was a unique experience!

I certainly plan to attend future TEDxDelft events, check the website here for more: https://www.tedxdelft.nl

If you’re not in Delft, take a look at the TEDx website to find a live event near you!

Renee

 

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