January 18, 2014
Theme: Create. Make. Fail. Transform
Description: The World is your playground to tinker with and change. It is a place to create something meaningful that can be shared with others who think similarly. Tina Seeling, Executive Director for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, said "Creativity allows you to thrive in an ever changing world and unlocks a universe of possibilities." Imagine, create, fail, transform, repeat. There are unlimited opportunities to change the way the world works and thinks, all we need is a creative mindset and the ability to embrace failure.
Title: The Three C's: Creativity, Crafting and Kids.
Description: Problem solving and making can change how children think and work. This is essential if we are going to raise a generation of capable kids. Moreover, learning to fail and keep on going with a laugh is a skill we all need, and making can teach it to us. In my short presentation I want to spread this message by sharing my life experiences (for I am ever so old and wise).
Title: How we fail so successfully?
Description: “Why do we fall? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up”. – Alfred.
Who are you? What do you do? Are you happy?
Narrowing the gap between who you are and what you do, this talk is a personal exploration back to the roots of our happiness through cycles of successes and failures and the importance of creative possibilities in a brand new world.
Title: Stepping into Failure
Description: Whether you’re a child trying to build something or an adult trying to learn a new skill, we all face the fear of failure. Change your outlook. Failure is essential to personal and professional growth.
Title: Snowden, Lean Indian Hearts and Trusted Websites - Will the Future be Fairer?
Description: Technology has the potential to flatten the world and maybe make marketplaces that reward the meritorious. The hard trick is to leverage Greed to make Good. Sometimes it even happens.