We build them, we cross them, and sometimes we even burn them, for better or worse. At the 2017 TEDxWilmingtonWomen 2017, we will explore the many aspects of this year’s theme, Bridges, through curated TED and TEDx Talks.
At this time of deep divides and global challenges on the rise, we will hear TED and TEdx Talks from entrepreneurs, innovators, artists and activists, thought leaders from business and civil society—bridge builders from around the world.
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Animals in Transition, Crossing the Rainbow Bridge
Don’t Tell Me What You Did Wrong, Tell Me What You Do Right
Using Pain As a Bridge To Discovering Your Purpose
Taking Control of the Aging Process
We Really CAN Create a Sustainable World – Who Knew?
You and Your Life Are Unlimited
Why Moms Are Miserable
Operation PTSD: veterans using meditation to heal their bodies and minds
Downsize Your Life: Why Less Is Really More
Why Miss Independent Can't Find Mr. Right
How to Bridge a Mental Gap
Money, the Magic Multiplier
A new paradigm for feminism
The Power Of Making Connections
Singing Water out of the Ground in Kenya
Bridges out of the Past
Amber Alert - The Power of Response - Ability
Bridge of Hope: A Survivor's Life After Human Trafficking
Navigating Transition Fog
The Culture of Fear: Facing it with Courage and Curiosity
CREATIVITY IS A CRAFT AND IT BELONGS TO EVERYONE
How women can run the world
Could there be a Pedophile hiding in your family tree and how Stranger Danger is the absolute wrong to tell children
DOPAMINE. Driving Your Brain Into The Future
Why Strong Girls Finish Last
Burn the Box, Shift Your Life
F-IT: Life Hacks to get your FIT together!
You Can Eat Your Cake and Have Enlightenment
Finding Truth in an Uncertain World
Delusional Self Promotion: The Bridge from Ego to Empathy
Bridges: How a redevelopment subdivision plan changed my vision and commitment to build a better world, a world of healing, hope, recovery and opportunity
Patients without Partners: Challenging Outdated Stereotypes About What It Means to Be Sick While Single
Redesign Our Future
I Found Myself When I Lost My Hair
What my Job Taught Me about Finding a Romantic Partner
Business Lessons Learned by Age Five, From My Immigrant Parents
ClaustroPhobia Relief: From Fear to Freedom