Your Ted talk

At one point, business men and women had their elevator speech. The pitch given in 30 seconds or less that would sell a product or a service. But that was old school and now we have Ted talks. Now we get to unpack our life's work, passion and desires into a well rehearsed and tightly focused 18 minutes. 

With less than 20 minutes, we sound the alarm on killing creativity, make a plea why you need to lead, and connect spaghetti sauce with happiness

So what would you do with your chance on center stage? What do you know that others should know? What would you talk about and how would you present it? What do you love and ignites your passion? 

You might not get invited to a Ted event, but there is likely someone that needs to hear what you have to say today.