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5 best Ted Talks by women that everyone should watch for daily motivation

Best ted talks by women: Sometimes all you need is a flash of insight!

There’s no better way to start your day than with a cup of coffee and a nice Ted Talk. With business getting busier day by day and life getting faster than ever, it’s too easy to lose motivation while doing those same activities we are designated to do. Amid stressful deadlines, endless meetings and social occasion it’s hard to keep oneself motivated. To keep up the pace with such hard times Ted Talk is our only rescue.
 So what are you waiting for?
To get your blood moving and to keep your motivation strong we got to you 5 best Ted Talks by women that will motivate you.

1. Kiran Bedi – Breaking barriers

We have all heard of Kiran Bedi,  and she has been our inspiration at some point of our life. At the Ted Women 2010 conference she talks about her inspiration behind joining the police, the challenges she faced as a female police officer, the numerous transfers she was made subject to and etc.

2. Meera Vijayann – Fighting Sexual Violence

Meera Vijayann a persuasive citizen journalist uses digital media in creative ways to empower, inform and educate young people about the issue of gender based violence. She talks about the power of having open conversation about sexual violence on social media about her vulnerabilities as a female citizen journalist.

Read more: 11 best Ted Talks that will just make your weekend!

3. Shukla Bose – Driving education in India’s slum

Shukla Bose lives and breathes as an educationist and an activist for the cause of education. She is the founder and CEO of Parikrama Humanity Foundation; it’s a non-profit organization which runs four schools for the economically disadvantaged children of Bangalore slums.

4. Surabhi Gautam

From attaining AIR 1 in IES to AIR 50 I UPSC CSE 2016, IAS officer Surabhi Gautam is every bit inspiring. Born in an orthodox village in the interiors of Madhya Pradesh, Gautam shares her experience how with rejection and failure she became successful.

5. Muniba Mazari

Muiba Mazari also known as Iron Lady of Pakistan. At the age of 21 she was left paralyzed from the hip down after surviving a tragic car accident. Her backbone was crushed and she sustained multiple fractures. Amid all these, she taught all of us that no matter what happen, life still goes on and we should never lose hopes.
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