Feb 17, 2021
Our thought leader for today is
Arthur Zards, Executive Director and Founder of TEDxNaperville,
through which he was able to build a community where people’s ideas
He joins us today to talk more about stoicism and why you should learn it too, the best time to experiment and be innovative, and the community-building activities you can adopt. Throughout our conversation, there is one thing that you should take home: Nothing is impossible, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Let’s listen to Arthur and learn how to think about what’s possible for you!
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[00:01 - 08:59] Opening Segment
[09:00 - 22:36] Response to Adversity
[22:37 - 37:20] Thinking On What’s Possible
[37:21 - 48:57] Science of Flow State
[48:58 - 54:49] Validation For Others
[54:50 - 59:50] Closing Segment
“If you’re home and you’re hunkered down and you’re following the rules for the quarantine, you are strong...even if you’re not talking to people, you are strong.” - Arthur Zards
“Whatever you do, own it.” - Arthur Zards
“I have an opportunity to make a difference today. That’s how you find goodness.” - Arthur Zards
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