“Don’t control them.” Fabulous kindergarten TED talk

“Takaharu Tezuka: The best kindergarten you’ve ever seen”

Don’t control them. Don’t protect them too much, and they need to tumble sometimes. They need to get some injury. And that makes them learn how to live in this world.

A potter, a tricked-out house, and a vision for Versaille

“Theaster Gates: How to revive a neighborhood: with imagination, beauty and art”

He’s a potter – at an absolutely incredible scale. Wow!

Designing for wisdom – a case study and a set of challenges

Designing organizations – and schools – for wisdom. A fascinating case study full of provocations, encouragements, and challenges to us all.

“Richardo Semler: Radical wisdom for a company, a school, a life”

Nancy Frates tells a superbly told story about making an impact

Care. Do. Enlist others. Make an Impact. Share your story well.

If you ever come across a situation that you see as so unacceptable, I want you to dig down as deep as you can and find your best mother bear and go after it. (Applause) Thank you. (Applause)

Nancy Frates: Meet the mom who started the Ice Bucket Challenge

“Be an opportunity maker.” Kare Anderson #TED

Kare Anderson: Be an opportunity maker.

So here’s what I’m calling for you to do. Remember the three traits of opportunity-makers.Opportunity-makers keep honing their top strength and they become pattern seekers. They get involved in different worlds than their worlds so they’re trusted and they can see those patterns,and they communicate to connect around sweet spots of shared interest.