You Don’t Want to Miss It…
What is TEDx?
TEDxManhattanBeach is more than just an annual event. It is part of an international phenomenon. Thousands of people from around the world have attended their locally organized TEDx event. From big-city universities in the US to out-of-the-way villages in Africa, people have come together to hear “ideas worth sharing”. This is your chance to join that world-wide movement. Join us at our event.
Why You Should Attend
Feed Your Mind
Hear what innovative thinkers are doing!
Discuss Big Ideas
Imagine being able to discuss what you just learned with your friends and neighbors…
Meet the Best & Brightest in Manhattan Beach
Mingle with hundreds of the smartest folks in the South Bay!
Sleepy Teens – A Public Health Epidemic
Sleep deprivation – What most parents, teachers, and school administrators think of as just part of being a teenager, Rand Corporation sleep scientist Wendy Troxel labels loss of teen sleep a public health epidemic. Not a function of being social or participating in social media, Wendy believes sleep loss is mostly due to school start times – a matter of public policy.
When Performing Gets in the Way of Improving
Working hard but not improving? Looking for more innovative solutions and ideas? You are not alone. Eduardo explains how in life we move between the performing zone and the learning zone, and unless we find a way to successfully spend time in both zones, we compromise improvement and innovation.
The Surprising Self-Interest in Being Kind to Strangers
Most people would agree that being kind is the right thing to do, but few would evangelize that being kind to strangers is actually good for you. In her poignant and humorous talk, Amy shares life experiences and scientific research to make the world a kinder place and transform us from a society of strangers to a community of co-humans.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
“TEDxMB brings together leaders who are creating our future in exciting ways. The talks are accessible and applicable to everyone. You’ll enter with anticipation, and leave with enlightenment.”