The talks from TEDxEuston are online!
Every time you listen to them they seem more profound. The first batch of 6 are now on our website here:
Watch again, rate the talks, make comments on them, send them round to your contacts. People often use the term "talk shop" in a derogatory manner. But think of all the people we regard as heroes. From Martin Luther King to Nelson Mandela to Barack Obama. What did they all have in common? They had an extraordinary capacity - not just to do the great things they did in their lives, but also to inspire a whole generation of others to believe in their vision of the world as it should be.
So listen again to Funmi Iyanda's stories of hope from the most deprived areas you can imagine. Listen to Nasir El Rufai share his vision of the role of cities in development and how his vision transformed a Abuja, listen to Bola Olabisi share with you her relentless drive to put a face on the millions of women that invent stuff we use day-to-day. Listen to Onyekachi Wambu challenging conventional wisdom of our attitude to leadership and Lawrence Mbugua on how private investments are driving growth on the continent. Cap it all up with the smooth tunes from Aletia Upstairs. All for you @ http://www.tedxeuston.com/
All the pictures are still available here.