3 reasons you aren’t doing what Food for thought: How your belly 2 days ago   16:51

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Amanda explores how to move beyond mindset-driven defensive failure and into productive failure to succeed at the problems you struggle with the most. Amanda Crowell is a cognitive psychologist, university professor at the Hunter College School of Education, speaker and coach. Dr. Crowell works with teachers, therapists, and mission-driven entrepreneurs to clear away mindset blocks and move into action. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Rafael Almeida
My Skype
rafaelptc7
For conversation in English, pls
Prachi Sambhare
Hey, thanks a lot. Eye-opener session. Loved it. Thanks again lady.
Hamza Raja
I needed this so much, I can't even.
The most on point ted talk ever for sure.
Lincoln Rathod
4:10 the crowds sleeping or best playing dead, it does not hurt to laugh even if you are in a serious talk show
Sarah Muhammed Saleh
Great talk!
M Gopinath
3 Reason s
( Why you are locked in cycle of defensive failure are -: )


1.Deep in our mind you think you can't do it.
2.Believing that"You don't do things like this" because you highly identify yourself with a false self Identity.
3.Secretly you don't want to do it.
Robyn Hodgkiss
I find it really interesting that so many of the comments are focused on the audience.. (as this one in turn is focused on the previous commenters) as opposed to your own/my own thoughts on our own behaviour and thoughts on the video content.
Jitendra Singh
Found 3 reasons why I wasnt watching this videos which I believed I will watch..
Ivegotwo
An Amazing talk! The humor feels inauthentic but her words convey her message very clearly. This talk prompted me to look within myself and reflect on the half truths I've been convincing myself of. Also those hand motions are the most articulate I've ever seen. Bravo!
Ki Wi
That was a really great, engaging talk! For those of you asking what's wrong with the audience, I would say the mic is probably hooked up so the audio of her comes through clearly on the video, not on the audience to stop a lot of additional noises (coughing, shifting, rustling) coming through.
Ricky Carbonaro
good job, very respectful crowd.
Gayatri Ahuja
it's 2 am and i'm so fired to exercise.
Anmol Behal
just loved her attitude and confidence 👏👏 well done girl 👍
sandro palmas
Amanda, Thanks a lot. For now I had to take some notes to properly weight each word in some parts but you really simplify a complex stuff. I will come back to you in some months. Thanks again. Last thing I'm not understanding why your video is not having some million of visualization.
Sean Cook
I'm sorry but this woman isn't the sharpest tool in the shed
Miraclefemme
Emma Stone. Great talk!
Gay Transgender Dilophosaurus
Did this poor lady talk infront of a hall of corpses? I thought she was quite fun to listen to. :/
rhadawn bibby
Also this woman is so funny who is in this audience
rhadawn bibby
she came for me
Trần Hữu Tài
Great advices. Thank you very much !
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Food for thought: How your belly 3 reasons you aren’t doing what 2 days ago   14:31

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"Have you ever had a gut feeling or butterflies in your stomach? Has hunger ever changed your mood? Our bellies and brains are physically and biochemically connected in a number of ways, meaning the state of our intestines can alter the way our brains work and behave, giving a whole new meaning to 'Food for thought'.


As a nutritionist, microbiologist and neuroscientist, Ruairi Robertson is passionate about the link between our bellies and brains. His research is examining how our intestines and the microbes within them can influence both physical and mental health, and most importantly how our diets influence this relationship. Ruairi has travelled the world researching food, and believes it is the key to global public health. Ruairi is a PhD student in University College Cork in Ireland and current Fulbright Scholar (2015/16) to Harvard University.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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