While I'm always looking for ways to learn and be inspired, it seems as though we've hit a saturation point of sorts. There is such an incredible level of content availability thanks to the web and I'll be the first to admit, it can be tough to sift through. We all have favorite buckets of content that keep us thinking and moving forward—from books, magazines and television to websites, radio and apps—but none of it matters unless we do something with that information, right?
So, I've compiled a few TED Talks that have made me stop, think and take action in my everyday life:
Temple Grandin: The world needs all kinds of minds (Watch on TED.com)
Drew Dudley: Everyday leadership (Watch on TED.com)
Ben Saunders: Why bother leaving the house? (Watch on TED.com)
Curating a list of inspirational finds is easy, my friends. Doing something with the information you've gleaned and lessons you've learned is another. Even if the action is small, I figure it's a step in the right direction. Don't you think?
So tell me: what inspires you to take action of even the smallest kind?