TEDx Livestream: Free Yourself When Conflict Resolution Fails
Posted June 21, 2019 Conflict Mastery,Events,Leadership,Mindfulness,Workshops & Programs by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.
I’m excited (and still nervous!) to give tomorrow’s TEDx talk in NYC: Free Yourself When Conflict Resolution Fails. In the practice runs, I’ve seen people tearing up, and people have told me they’ve learned a lot in 8 minutes.
My purpose is not to leave anyone shedding a tear, but the story I tell is a deeply personal one, and I’m glad it has been resonating with people. I hope the same will be true for you.
I’ll be speaking at around 6 or 6:15 pm EST tomorrow, Saturday, June 22. (I’m on second to last. The event begins at 3 pm and ends at 7 pm EST).
Each of the other speakers has a unique and inspiring message– the theme of the event is “Unconventional Journeys.” The speaker before me, Louis Boria, a.k.a. Brooklyn Boy Knits, has a large Instagram following and a great message: live your dreams, even when you’re scared of being judged.
Closing the event, the speaker after me, Heather “Lucky” Penney, is a fighter pilot talking about her mission to intercept the plane that was headed for the Pentagon on 9/11.
If you miss the livestream tomorrow, I’ll post the video of my TEDx talk once it’s up online in a month or so 🙂
And now that I’ve finally written it all down for the book (coming in early 2020), I’m inspired to keep sharing what I’ve learned over more than a decade of teaching this stuff. So stay tuned for advice about how to free yourself from conflict, at work, at home and in the world.
For now, wishing you a happy first day of summer, and thanks for being here,