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A third-generation Japanese-Chinese residual orphans. While living in Beijing, Kyoto, Shanghai, and Tokyo, he experienced dilemma due to his identity. In the course of learning history, to understand one's background, he is interested in "how values are created", knowing that the values and culture that have surfaced are connected to the past. Currently, working to create experience opportunities with the concept of "Opening Country 2.0 (forgiveness to values)", where people can enjoy and experience new values. The organizer of "The Traveling Dinner" where foreign hosts and Japanese participants are connected through cooking.

奥山 大地|偏見はスタートライン

1988年生まれ。日中混血の中国残留孤児三世。
北京・京都・上海・東京を渡り住む中で、自身のアイデンティティーのゆらぎを経験。自身のバックグラウンドを理解するために歴史を学ぶ課程で、表面化している価値観や文化が過去から繋がっている事を知り、”価値観がどのように作られているか”に興味を持つ。現在は、「開国2.0(価値観に対する寛容さ)」をコンセプトに、楽しみながら新しい価値観に触れられる体験機会の創出に取り組む。外国人ホストと日本人参加者が料理を通じて繋がる「旅する晩餐会」主催。

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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 A third-generation Japanese-Chinese residual orphans. While living in Beijing, Kyoto, Shanghai, and Tokyo, he experienced dilemma due to his identity. In the course of learning history, to understand one's background, he is interested in "how values are created", knowing that the values and culture that have surfaced are connected to the past. Currently, working to create experience opportunities with the concept of "Opening Country 2.0 (forgiveness to values)", where people can enjoy and experience new values. The organizer of "The Traveling Dinner" where foreign hosts and Japanese participants are connected through cooking. 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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最高の半生の終わらせ方〜U R Unique and Unlimited | Hiroyuki Egami | TEDxGlobisU
Born in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Egami established URUU Co., Ltd. after a career at a regional bank and software company. His mission is to spread the idea of finance which focuses more on the value than profit. In 2018, he established the Japanese Practitioners for Banking on Value (JPBV). It plays an important role in the development of sustainable financial business in Japan. URUU Co., Ltd. offers facilitation services to encourage conversation and stimulate creativity. It also offers education service to help discover your own leadership quality and through the unique workshop “Emmy Zeni Game” (“Zeni” translates to money in Japanese) , you will find your own definition of relation between money and happiness. 江上 広行|最高の半生の終わらせ方〜U R Unique and Unlimited 1967年石川県金沢市生まれ。 地方銀行、システム開発会社を経て2018年に株式会社URUUを設立。 利益よりも価値を大切にする金融の普及、創発を生む対話のファシリテーション、その人らしさを開放するリーダーシップ教育、ワークショップ「エミー・ゼニ―ゲーム」などの事業を営んでいる。 2018年、日本における持続可能な金融ビジネスモデルを実現することを目的にJPBV「価値を大切にする金融実践者の会」を設立。 Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/TEDxGlobisU https://www.instagram.com/TEDxGlobisU https://twitter.com/TEDxGlobisU 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 Born in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Egami established URUU Co., Ltd. after a career at a regional bank and software company. His mission is to spread the idea of finance which focuses more on the value than profit. In 2018, he established the Japanese Practitioners for Banking on Value (JPBV). It plays an important role in the development of sustainable financial business in Japan. URUU Co., Ltd. offers facilitation services to encourage conversation and stimulate creativity. It also offers education service to help discover your own leadership quality and through the unique workshop “Emmy Zeni Game” (“Zeni” translates to money in Japanese) , you will find your own definition of relation between money and happiness. He has authored “Seven Questions to Cause a Paradigm Shift in Japanese Bank Industry” (Kinzan Institute for Financial Affairs, Inc., 2017, only in Japanese) and co-authored “The Value Base Banking” (Kindai-Sales. Co., Ltd., 2020, only in Japanese) . 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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流されない生き方 | Masahiko Kon | TEDxGlobisU
Before landing on his current position, Tokyo-born Kon climbed the corporate ladder working through GE International Inc. Japan, and GE Headquarters in the US, CFO at GE Yokogawa Medical System, a senior executive at Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., and CFO of GE Capital Leasing, CFO of Sumitomo 3M, and so on. His life work is research and training of CFO. As corporate leader, he has driven innovation and corporate social value. In addition, through his vast career and life-changing experience of overcoming his illness, he is actively working to spread his idea of developing the inner strength to look deep into one’s soul. 昆 政彦|流されない生き方 1959年東京都生まれ。 GEインターナショナル・ジャパン、GE米国本社勤務、GE横河メディカルシステムCFO、ファーストリテイリング執行役員、GEキャピタルリーシング執行役員 最高財務責任者(CFO)、住友スリーエム取締役 最高財務責任者等を経て、2020年より現職。経営実務では、イノベーションと社会的価値経営を推進している。CFO研究と育成をライフワークにしている。また、今までのキャリアや病気からの治療経験を通じて、自己の魂と向き合う人間力向上の追求と、その大切さを伝授する活動も行っている。 Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/TEDxGlobisU https://www.instagram.com/TEDxGlobisU https://twitter.com/TEDxGlobisU 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 Before landing on his current position, Tokyo-born Kon climbed the corporate ladder working through GE International Inc. Japan, and GE Headquarters in the US, CFO at GE Yokogawa Medical System, a senior executive at Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., and CFO of GE Capital Leasing, CFO of Sumitomo 3M, and so on. His life work is research and training of CFO. As corporate leader, he has driven innovation and corporate social value. In addition, through his vast career and life-changing experience of overcoming his illness, he is actively working to spread his idea of developing the inner strength to look deep into one’s soul. 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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Stay Fit, Think Lean, Be Agile | Joseph Johann Peña | TEDxGlobisU
Born in the Philippines, Jay has been working in the technology industry in Japanese, US and startups companies for the past 25 years, expanding his network globally, handling projects in AI, data analytics, IoT, and even in sports. After coming to Japan in 2008, he has been focusing on a career in product/project management and Agile coaching. Realizing technical knowledge alone is not enough to bring bold ideas to the market, he pursued an MBA from Globis University. Even with his busy schedule, he never abandoned his love for health and fitness. He started Agile Fitness Japan group where he uniquely found a way to apply the effectiveness of Agile of Project management into Fitness and with his experience in competitive bodybuilding, he started his journey to discover ways to make fitness work and enjoyable for everyone. ジョセフ・ジョハン・ペンニャ|Stay Fit, Think Lean, Be Agile 1973年フィリピン生まれ。 25年以上に渡って、日本及びアメリカのIT企業やスタートアップに勤め、世界中にネットワークを構築しながら、AI、データアナリティクス、IoT、スポーツ領域のプロジェクトに従事。 2008年に来日し、製品開発、プロジェクトマネジメント、アジャイルコーチングなどに取り組む。 製品開発とビジネス面のギャップを埋め、より良いアイデアを市場に持ち込むため、グロービス経営大学院でMBA取得。 多忙な中、37歳で初めて日本のボディビル大会に出場し、優勝。この経験がモチベーションとなり、人々に健康とフィットネスで目標達成することを伝えていく旅をはじめる。 Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/TEDxGlobisU https://www.instagram.com/TEDxGlobisU https://twitter.com/TEDxGlobisU 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 Born in the Philippines, Jay has been working in the technology industry in Japanese, US and startups companies for the past 25 years, expanding his network globally, handling projects in AI, data analytics, IoT, and even in sports. After coming to Japan in 2008, he has been focusing on a career in product/project management and Agile coaching. Realizing technical knowledge alone is not enough to bring bold ideas to the market, he pursued an MBA from Globis University. Even with his busy schedule, he never abandoned his love for health and fitness. He started Agile Fitness Japan group where he uniquely found a way to apply the effectiveness of Agile of Project management into Fitness and with his experience in competitive bodybuilding, he started his journey to discover ways to make fitness work and enjoyable for everyone. 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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これからの未来に必要な教育とは?: Tomohisa Ote at TEDxSaku
大手智之さんのトークです。長野県佐久市で2014年5月に開催されたTEDxSakuにて。 株式会社アソビズム代表取締役CEO タイトル: これからの未来に必要な教育とは? 紹介文: 1974年、群馬県高崎市生まれ。 8歳の時に父親のパソコンでプログラミングと出会い、 兄弟・友人が喜ぶのが嬉しくてゲーム作りにのめり込む。 2002年、勤めていたゲーム会社から独立し、株式会社アソビズムを設立。 現在65名の従業員とともにゲームの企画・開発等を行っている。 秋葉原にある本社オフィスは「第25回日経ニューオフィス推進賞」を受賞。 設立当初から新しいワークスタイルを模索している。 2012年、娘の幼稚園選びを機に長野への移住を決意。 翌年2013年に長野支社、愛称「長野ブランチ」を設立した。 現在のオフィスは長野駅近郊にある古い旅館をリノベーションしたもの。 将来的には自然豊かな北信州へ移転し、子どもの教育と仕事が両立できる環境を作ることを目指している。 また、長野ブランチ2階の和室で「未来工作ゼミ」を開催。 子どもたちに、ゲーム作りを通してICTを教えたり、ロボット工作を一緒に行うなどして、 「大自然の中で心を開き、自分で考え、楽しみ、生きる力を育てる」ことにも取り組んでいる。 株式会社アソビズム http://www.asobism.co.jp In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

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渡す力でつくる平和 | Mami Ohara | TEDxGlobisU
Born in Naha city, Okinawa. She commits to solving social and economic problems in Okinawa as her life work. She got to recognize the beauty and attraction of Okinawa after leaving Okinawa in her 10's and living several locations. At the same time, she became aware of problems related to low income, educational inequality, and child poverty which have been seen in Okinawa. One advice from the social entrepreneur opened her eyes last year. "The people who got to know the fact have a responsibility to make an action" She decided to take one step and make a difference in the world. She immediately established the organization Ryukyu Next Innovation to solve the social and economic problems in Okinawa. Currently, she uses her full network with young business leaders outside of Okinawa and take action together to make Okinawa a better place. 小原 満美|渡す力でつくる平和 沖縄県那覇市出身。沖縄県の社会・経済課題の解決をライフワークとする。 10代で県外に出るものの、その後様々な土地に住むことで沖縄県の魅力を再発見。同時に、沖縄県の抱える所得水準、教育格差、子供の貧困などの課題に問題意識を持つようになる。 昨年ある社会起業家の「事実を知った人には、行動する責任が生じる」という一言で、沖縄県の課題解決のためには、自分自身も行動しなくてはいけないと一念発起。沖縄県の社会・経済課題をビジネスを通して解決するための団体「Ryukyu Next Innovation」を立ち上げる。現在は県内外の若手ビジネスパーソンたちと協力し、沖縄を良くするためのアクションを起こしている。 Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/TEDxGlobisU https://www.instagram.com/TEDxGlobisU https://twitter.com/TEDxGlobisU 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 Born in Naha city, Okinawa. She commits to solving social and economic problems in Okinawa as her life work. She got to recognize the beauty and attraction of Okinawa after leaving Okinawa in her 10's and living several locations. At the same time, she became aware of problems related to low income, educational inequality, and child poverty which have been seen in Okinawa. One advice from the social entrepreneur opened her eyes last year. "The people who got to know the fact have a responsibility to make an action" She decided to take one step and make a difference in the world. She immediately established the organization Ryukyu Next Innovation to solve the social and economic problems in Okinawa. Currently, she uses her full network with young business leaders outside of Okinawa and take action together to make Okinawa a better place. 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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違いこそ人生の彩り! | 杉山 文野 | TEDxNagoyaU
"Born in 1981, Tokyo Prefecture. After graduating from Japan Women’s University Senior High School, Fumino graduated from the faculty of education at Waseda University.He realised that he is transgender when he was an elementary school student, and now he is declaring this openly. In 2004, Fumino was elected as the representative from Japan for women’s fencing.At the graduate school of Waseda University, he studied “sexual minorities and education.” In 2006, he pubulished an autobiography, which caused big news, based on his studies and daily experiences. After graduation, he travelled around the world, including the South Pole for two years as a backpacker and faced a lot of social problems.Fumino now manages his own restaurant. He also serves as a representive of the NPO School of Connecting the Hearts to help sexual-minority kids, and travels around Japan to give lectures, and so on." 1981年東京都新宿生まれ。日本女子大学附属の幼、小、中、高を経て、早稲田大学教育学部を卒業。小学生時代に自分が女子であることに気づき、驚いたという。自身がトランスジェンダーであることを公言している。2004年にはフェンシング女子日本代表に選ばれる。2006年、大学院での研究テーマである「セクシュアルマイノリティと教育」と自身の体験談を織り交ぜた書籍を出版し、大きな反響をよんだ。その後、2年間バックパッカーとして世界約50ヶ国+南極を旅し、様々な社会問題と向き合う。そのほか、多数のTVやラジオ出演、NPO法人「グリーンバード」、「シブヤ大学」に携わるなど、その活動は多岐にわたる。現在は自ら飲食店を経営するかたわら、セクシュアルマイノリティの子どもたちを応援するNPO法人「ハートをつなごう学校」の運営や、各地での講演などを行っている 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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Breakthrough 突破する力!~"ZONE”人間としての能 力を最大限発揮する方法 | 井原 慶子 | TEDxHaneda
頭と身体の能力をどのように最大限発揮するか?感情や神経を 論理的かつ科学的にコントロールし、ZONEという人間として の能力を最大限発揮できる緊張帯を使って世界No.1女性カーレーサー になったKeiko Iharaの情熱あふれるプ レゼンテーション。感情を原動力にチームワークを育むヒントや、技術、枠組み、先入観など数々の壁をBreakthroughするアイディアに 聴衆が湧いたストーリー。 日本を代表する「世界最速」の女性 井原氏はレースクイーンからドライバーへ転身し、25歳のレースデビュー以来、世界中のいくつもの道を走ってきました。世界選手権レースで女性初の表彰台を獲得したかと思えば、続けて、連続表彰台を獲得。これも女性初となる快挙でした。その活動はレースに留まらず、子ども達に英語を教えるという活動も行っており、「世界で活躍し『日本』を発信する日本人」に選出されています。 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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Singularity... So what? | Kaz Ataka | TEDxTokyoSalon
AIは人間の最大の敵になりうるか?シンギュラリティーの技術的な可能性は人間の脅威になるのだろうか? 我々人間がすべきこととは?また大事な考え方とは? Kaz Ataka is the Chief Strategy Officer for YAHOO! Japan. 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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時間という財産: Hidetaka Nagaoka at TEDxSaku
長野県佐久市で2014年5月に開催されたTEDxSakuにて。 長野県上田市在住。40歳。 高校時代、左半身麻痺になるも奇跡的に回復。その経験から命に向き合い、人生観が大きく変わる。 上田西高校の教師を5年間務めるも、「公教育で見放されがちな、生き辛さに苦しむ若者たちに手を差し伸べたい」と、自分の学校を作るために退職。2003年に教え子たちと設立したHIDBOOKSから出版した自叙伝「脱・教師 ダッセン」が大きな反響を呼ぶ。 2004年に「NPO法人侍学園スクオーラ・今人」を設立し、理事長に就任。生きる力を共に育む「共育」という理念が多くの賛同者を集め、公教育とは違う道を認められる学校「オルタナティブ(代替的な)スクール」という教育カテゴリーを確立した。 2008年には厚生労働省の「地域若者サポートステーション事業」を受託。 現在も執筆活動や講演会を行い、新しい生き方のモデル・新しい共育のモデルを訴え続けている。 NPO法人侍学園スクオーラ今人 http://www.samugaku.com/ In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

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人生の価値は、何を得るかではなく、何を残すかにある。 | Kazunari Taguchi | TEDxHimi
何のために働いていますか?本当にやりたいことをやっていますか?生活のために働いて、何かをあきらめていませんか?もし、心の中に、何かモヤモヤしたものがあったら、それは、「やりたいことがあるんだ!」という、あなたの心の声です。ちゃんと聞いてあげてください。心の中のモヤモヤを大切にしよう。 While he was a sophomore in university, Taguchi saw a video of children in developing countries suffering from malnutrition. It was this moment that inspired him to create a business that solves issues of poverty in developing countries. At the age of 25, Taguchi founded his own business. With a focus on impactful business models, his work centers around the theme of saving as many as possible who suffer from poverty. He is currently promoting 9 social businesses including a share house that promotes friendship among foreigners and an organic herb tea business for mothers. 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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24 Hours After Death: How Eye Banks Can Turn a Tragedy into a Miracle | Akshay Patil | TEDxMcphs
Blindness is an unnecessary reality for millions of people around the world. At any given time, over 12 million people are actively waiting for a corneal transplant to save their sense of vision. In this deeply moving talk, Dr. Patil explains how a simple conversation with your loved ones can preserve their legacy through the gift of sight. Through proper education, a carefully crafted plan, and a sense of urgency, no cornea will go to waste. Dr. Akshay Patil is a returning alumnus from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences where he was President of the Private Practice Club. He has done rotations across the country in various modes of practice and is currently a resident optometrist passionate about providing eye care to his community at the Specialty Eye Institute in central Michigan. His professional aspirations include working in the private practice sector while developing an effective global outreach program, while his personal goals include visiting all of the national parks in the United States. Ardent pizza aficionado. Diehard Laker fan. Spelling Bee Winner. 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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感動を創造する言葉の伝え方 | Masaki Sato | TEDxMeijiUniversity
最も心に響くのは、上手にすらすらと話す人の言葉でしょうか。いいえ、そうではありません。感動を生み出す話し方とは、心を込めることでも抑揚をつけることでもなく、実感して語ること。劇団四季で主役を務めた佐藤政樹さんが、頭、胸、腹それぞれの部位での語り方の違いを熱演します!さあ、今日から実感して伝えましょう「こんにちはー!」 Is it words of a person talking smoothly well to affect a heart most? No, it is not so. Speech to produce impressions is to realize it, and talk, but, without put a heart and in attaching an intonation. Masaki Sato who acted as the leading role in the Shiki theatre play performs a difference of the talk each a head, a chest, stomach in the part brilliantly! OK, from today, realize it and say ”Hellow!” He graduated from Meiji University department of science and engineering in 1998. He get no unofficial decision from the company he hoped to enter and just become a job-hopping part-timer. And then ,he decided to pass the test of the theatrical company and the the weather forecaster and challenge it. He passed examination in both five years later. 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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シン・ニホン | 安宅 和人 | TEDxTokyo
ビッグデータや市場インサイト、事業開発等の事業戦略とデータサイエンスに秀でている人物、それが安宅和人氏。東大にて生物化学を専攻、イェール大学にて脳神経科学にてPh.D.を取得した後、マッキンゼーやヤフー株式会社での長年の勤務を経験し、多種多様なブランドの立て直しから商品開発、ビッグデータ戦略等と幅広く事業戦略に関わってきた人物である。現在では慶応義塾大学大学院で政策・メディア研究科の特任教授、ヤフー株式会社のチーフストラテジーオフィサーをしている。 === Follow Us: https://www.tedxtokyo.com https://www.instagram.com/tedxtokyo/ https://twitter.com/tedxtokyo https://www.facebook.com/TEDxTokyo ビッグデータや市場インサイト、事業開発等の事業戦略とデータサイエンスに秀でている人物、それが安宅和人氏。東大にて生物化学を専攻、イェール大学にて脳神経科学にてPh.D.を取得した後、マッキンゼーやヤフー株式会社での長年の勤務を経験し、多種多様なブランドの立て直しから商品開発、ビッグデータ戦略等と幅広く事業戦略に関わってきた人物である。現在では慶応義塾大学大学院で政策・メディア研究科の特任教授、ヤフー株式会社のチーフストラテジーオフィサーをしている。 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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イノベーションを生み出す仕組み | 堀江 貴文 | TEDxTokyo
目標や夢を前にして大切なことは言い訳しないこと。 「でもお金がないから」「でも時間がないから」「でも才能がないから」。 「でも」という言葉で自分を縛らない。それからバランスをとろうとしないこと。本当にやりたいことがあるのなら、極端でいいのだ。 最後に自意識とプライドを捨てる。バリアを張らない。プライドなんて捨てれば、誰にでも声をかけられるし、なんにでも挑戦できる。それが堀江貴文の持論。 1972年福岡県八女市生まれ。1996年、東京大学在学中に、インターネット関連会社の有限会社オン・ザ・エッヂ(後のライブドア)を起業。2000年東証マザーズ上場。 国内最大級のオンラインサロン「堀江貴文イノベーション大学校(HIU)」を主宰。 近著に『なんでお店が儲からないのかを僕が解決する』がある。 === Follow Us: https://www.tedxtokyo.com https://www.instagram.com/tedxtokyo/ https://twitter.com/tedxtokyo https://www.facebook.com/TEDxTokyo 目標や夢を前にして大切なことは言い訳しないこと。 「でもお金がないから」「でも時間がないから」「でも才能がないから」。 「でも」という言葉で自分を縛らない。それからバランスをとろうとしないこと。本当にやりたいことがあるのなら、極端でいいのだ。 最後に自意識とプライドを捨てる。バリアを張らない。プライドなんて捨てれば、誰にでも声をかけられるし、なんにでも挑戦できる。それが堀江貴文の持論。 1972年福岡県八女市生まれ。1996年、東京大学在学中に、インターネット関連会社の有限会社オン・ザ・エッヂ(後のライブドア)を起業。2000年東証マザーズ上場。 国内最大級のオンラインサロン「堀江貴文イノベーション大学校(HIU)」を主宰。 近著に『なんでお店が儲からないのかを僕が解決する』がある。 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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一瞬 で 惹き つける 声 を 出す方法 | Shigemitsu Hayashi | TEDxShinshuUniversity
多くの社会人・学生に求められるスピーチ力とコミュニケーション力。 「声と言葉」のプロフェッショナルがあなたに贈る、言葉ありきの現代社会を生き抜く術とは。 それは意外にも簡単な方法だった。 ヴォイスコンサルタント/スピーチ・コミュニケーション・プレゼンテーション トレーナー/ヴォイスコンサルティング MAKE UP VOICE 代表 多くの社会人・学生に求められるスピーチ力とコミュニケーション力。 「声と言葉」のプロフェッショナルがあなたに贈る、言葉ありきの現代社会を生き抜く術とは。 それは意外にも簡単な方法だった。 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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The Six Habits of the Happiest People | Laura DiBenedetto | TEDxMcphs
After spending nineteen years chasing happiness but never finding it, Laura DiBenedetto came to a crossroads: stay safe doing more of the same and never find happiness, or face the unknown, reshape her entire perspective, and find true happiness at last. In this thoughtful talk, DiBenedetto shares the journey into happiness, the surprising discoveries along the way, and the ultimate formula for happiness that revealed a life of purpose, fulfillment, and love. Laura DiBenedetto is the number 1 Bestselling Author of “The Six Habits… Practical Tools for Bringing Your Dreams to Life”, CEO of the multiple-award-winning marketing company Vision Advertising, and curious student of life. Her mission is to positively impact one billion people and give them the accessible recipe for happiness The Six Habits makes possible, to create a better next generation. 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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How can we find joy and strength during hardships? | Robert Sadowski | TEDxMcphs
Between 2014 to 2016, Robert participated in three of the most fierce marathons in the world: Marathon des Sable, Baikal Ice Marathon, and Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon. With blistered feet and fractured bones, Robert kept going because of his passion to help others and bring happiness to their lives. In this TEDx talk, Robert will share how he endured and overcame physical and mental challenges with the ultimate goal of enhancing the lives of others. Robert describes himself as a regular Polish guy, husband, father, and businessman. He is passionate about football. He is trying to be a helper. In his professional life, he is an expert in emergency shipping. Every day he needs to thrive in dynamic circumstances. His passion is not contained only within logistics. It spills over into philanthropy and personal endeavors. In 2016, he ran the Everest Marathon to raise funds and awareness for Hospice Home. In 2015 he ran the Bajkal Ice Marathon and in 2014, the Marathon de Sables. These challenges provide an outlet for him to serve, refocus his priorities, and re-energize him. 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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Can the Blind Be Graphic Designers? | Natalie Gagnon | TEDxEmilyCarrU
Visual communication is just that—visual. But does it have to be? Discover the story of Jillian Sloane, a blind student who, through her enrollment in a university graphic design course, pushed the limits of what society and her instructor, Natalie Gagnon, thought was possible. In this talk, Natalie candidly recounts her blind assumptions of Jill’s capabilities and shares how Jill used clever tactile solutions to design without sight. We bet you haven’t seen LEGO used like this before… Natalie Gagnon is a Vancouver-based art director, publication designer, and design educator who brings brands, content and minds to life. For her, strategic design and crystal clear communication must always intersect regardless of medium, place, or audience. Successful communication—visual and non-visual—is achieved through the creation of immediacy and icon. Immediacy, the need to communicate information effectively, and icon, a strong and memorable form, are interdependent. Whether in her classrooms at Emily Carr University of Art and Design and Simon Fraser University or designing for clients in the private sector, Natalie inspires students to be passionate designers and empowers brands to live their most distinct life. nataliegagnon.ca 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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世界にないものは、あなたの中にある | Mikako Yusa | TEDxHimi
What you are looking for can be found inside yourself Mikako Yusa’s desire to understand our ‘inner world’ starts with a question directed at the ‘outer world,’ “Why isn’t the world changing?” She says that in order to change ‘the world,’ you have to let go of the misconception that we lack something and recognize that we are whole and complete. "This world lacks nothing." Her talk reminds us that ‘this world’ seemingly filled with darkness is actually filled with light. 「なぜ世界は変わらないの?」という由佐さんの問いは、世界への問いから人の内面への探求へと移っていきます。 世界を変えるには、「自分には何かが足りない」という思い込みを手放して、本当は自分の中に全てがあるということを思い出すことが大切だと、彼女は語ります。 「この世界にないものなんて、本当はないんです」 彼女のトークは、暗闇に閉ざされたように思える世界が実は光に満ちていたことを思い出させてくれます。 ----- After graduating from university in the United States, Mikako received a master’s degree from International Christian University and worked as an HR manager at major corporations. She is currently promoting the world view of co-creation and the concept “From Adaptation to Creation,” which proposes a new way of living. Lived in 4 foreign countries since her early childhood, Mikako is deeply aware of how people in the modern society suffer from the limit of “the separation between thoughts and emotions.” She continues to search for methods and wisdom that enable individuals and organizations to evolve. Through various activities, Mikako is working to connect Japan with the global waves of social revolution. She is a practitioner of MIT senior lecturer Peter Senge's concept of “learning organizations” in Japan, has invited international social change facilitator Adam Kahane to Japan. She also worked in Japanese translation of the book “Theory U.” Mikako is the 25th generation of her family, and a descendant of Hidesato Fujiwara. She is the mother of 11 years old boy. 由佐美加子 米国大学卒業後、国際基督教大学(ICU)修士課程を修了。大手企業の人事部マネジャーを経て、「適合から創造へ」という新しい人間の在り方、共創造という世界観を様々な場を通して拡げている。 幼少期から海外4カ国で育ち、現社会における人間の「思考と感性の分離による限界」を痛感し、個人と組織が生命として進化し続けるための手法・叡智を探求し続ける。 MIT上級講師ピーター・センゲ氏が提唱する「学習する組織」の日本における実践の普及や、国際的な社会変革ファシリテーターアダム・カヘン氏の日本招聘、書籍「U理論」の翻訳出版などグローバルな社会変革のうねりと日本をつなげるための活動を展開。生家が藤原秀郷の末裔で25代にあたる。一児の母。 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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一歩前へ踏み出す勇気 | Yuji Arakawa | TEDxSophiaUniversity
Yuji Arakawa is a writer, and at the same time, a well known person as a volunteer of picking up trashes from six in the morning at Shinjuku, Tokyo, when he used to attend Sophia University. Although there were struggles of being distracted by those who work there or live there, he was picked as a topic on Asahi Newspaper, which came out as his turning point. As he appeared on TV shows and radios, his volunteer became famous and the 'trash picking' volunteer enlarged from one person to 1500 people. The movement is reaching to foreign countries, increasing the number of participants. When he faces some difficulties in his life, he takes a look back to this volunteering experience, and convinces himself that he had succeeded in 'picking up trashes' volunteer, then, why can't he succeed in other things? 作家・小説家、GOMIファンタジスタプロジェクト代表 1986年生まれ 上智大学経済学部経営学科卒 大学時代に「自分を変えたい!」という思いで、毎朝6時から日本一汚い場所新宿駅東口の掃除をたった1人で始める。その活動はホームレスから始まり、1人また1人と仲間が増え続けた。半年後の2007年5月3日には、全国に呼びかけ一斉にゴミ拾いを開催。総勢444人を集める。その活動は現在全世界15万人以上に及ぶムーブメントに広がっている。現在は小説家業を行う一方で、全国の学校を中心とした講演活動等様々な活動を行っている。著書に『半ケツとゴミ拾い』、『神風ニート特攻隊』(講談社)がある。 2014年6月より、内閣総理大臣夫人 安倍昭恵氏と首相公邸で行われるネット番組『首相公邸チャンネル』の司会を務めている。 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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