Ray Romano's 89-Year-Old Mom Told Him About Her "Good Sex" Life with His Dad







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Why you should think about financial independence and mini-retirements | Lacey Filipich | TEDxUWA







『Time poor』 is the catch-cry of our era, and yet end-of-life retirement means we have an average of two decades of feeling time rich to look forward to… when we’re old. In this talk, Lacey shares how combining financial independence and mini-retirements is one way to bring that time rich feeling into our youth.  Lacey Filipich started her entrepreneurial journey with a hair wrap stall at 10 years old. Today, she is the co-founder and director of two successful businesses; Money School and Maker Kids Club.

Between hair wraps and start-ups, Lacey graduated as valedictorian from the The University of Queensland with an Honours degree in Chemical Engineering. She moved to Australia’s ‘wild west’ to begin her career in mining, rising quickly through the ranks. A health scare and her sister’s suicide opened Lacey’s eyes to the world beyond work, leading her to redesign her life and take five mini-retirements in the next five years.

This was achievable because of Lacey’s financial position: she started investing at 19 and now earns a passive income. Lacey considers herself time rich: able to choose if, when, where, how, on what and with whom she works. Her story is one of many in the Financially Independent Retiring Early (FIRE) movement supporting the idea that end-of-life retirement is optional. 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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What a sex worker can teach us about human connection | Nicole Emma | TEDxSaltLakeCity







「In a society that values strong, stoic alpha males, where can a man find space to be vulnerable? Nicole Emma, a sex worker with 18 years of experience, gives a unique perspective on men’s need for connection.

About the speaker:
Nicole Emma is a relationship and intimacy coach, and sex worker.」 What can the people at the edges of society teach us about ourselves? About Love? Cultivated through a life of connecting with people at the edges of our community, Nicole shares a message of unconditional love and acceptance. She has an insatiable curiosity about people, how we think and how we work, especially those outside the boundaries of cultural norms and programming. It’s this desire to truly SEE people that led Nicole to a vibrant career in the sex industry.

Drawing from 18 years in sex work, Nicole observes noteworthy patterns of human behavior, especially those of the most vulnerable demographics, while providing a space for them to experience authentic connection without judgment. Bringing to the public dialog a call to shift societal expectations and address our own biases, Nicole speaks out about how we unintentionally create a fearful and angry society, and how we can shift back into curiosity, balance, and love. 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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What horror films teach us about ourselves and being human | Dr. Steven Schlozman | TEDxNashville







Horror films are a heck of a lot more profound than you think. They actually help us to appreciate ourselves and each other. The trick? They play with your brain. Literally. Watch!

Dr. Steve Schlozman is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital. He majored in English and biology at Stanford University, and after teaching high school English and science, attended Dartmouth and Brown University Medical Schools. Schlozman has authored more than 40 academic publications. He has helped design video games that teach adolescents about neurobiology and has collaborated at Kings College, London to assess attitudes regarding psychiatry among medical educators and curricula. He teaches the subject at Harvard and is the author of, “The Zombie Autopsies.” Additionally, Schloman blogs for The Huffington Post and Psychology Today, and has written articles for The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Psychology Today, The Southwest Airlines Magazine, NBC.com, CNN.com, ABC.com, Newsweek and The Guardian.

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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A Story about Identity | Sara Nuru | TEDxWHU







In this talk Sara Nuru, a German fashion model and TV moderator with Ethiopian roots, shares her personal story on how her identity evolved from “the first black baby of Erding” to “Germany’s Next Top Model” and finally to “a young female ambassador for an Ethiopian aid organization Menschen für Menschen”. She urges that identity might begin with the way you look or what you do for a living. But it is up to each one of us – starting with ourselves – to make sure that our identity does not end at that.

Sara Nuru is a young influential woman with Ethiopian roots who works as a fashion model & TV moderator and is also the ambassador for the charity organization “Menschen für Menschen”. After winning the 2009 edition of the casting show “Germany’s Next Topmodel”, Sara Nuru not only started a successful career in the entertainment business, she also got on opportunity to engage with “Menschen fuer Menschen”, an aid group which supports people in Ethiopia through various projects. In her TED talk, she will speak about challenges and pressure young individuals often face once it comes to making determinant future decisions such as study or next job. But what if you wanted to reinvent yourself after you have already started down your chosen path? Is it acceptable to throw everything away and start again? To read the full bio please visit www.tedxwhu.com/speakers

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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