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To celebrate the efforts of smart people who are changing the world while doing business as usual, TED has partnered with the Brightline Initiative , a non-commercial coalition of leading organizations dedicated to helping leaders turn ideas into reality.In a special session of talks hosted by TED content producer Cloe Shasha at TED HQ in New York City on Tuesday night, five speakers (and one remarkable performer) co-curated by technology curator Alex Moura and business curator Corey Hajim explored how to innovate and thrive in a world that changes daily.We should treat our 20’s as practice for having a normal, healthy relationship in our 30’s, rather than a time to sleep around, date assholes, and not get serious about anything. The session begins with Judith Hill 8767 s richly textured performance of 8775 Strange Fruit, 8776 a protest song made famous by Billie Holliday.8775 If your children know that you care, they will feel your love, 8776 she says.
8776 Why you shouldn’t fear having a family and a career.
8775 A lot of these conversations focus on the hypothetical negative effects, rather than the hypothetical positive effects that this could have on children, 8776 Mora explains. 8776 As she and her sister traveled the world with their parents due to her mother’s job as a CEO, she learned valuable lessons: adaptability, authenticity and independence.