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How to Keep the Productivity Alive: TED Talk

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After creating a TED Talk on Gender Inequality, we’ve decided to create another TED Talk that talks more about school. With some helpful audience members, our topic relates to everyone who has or is struggling with staying productive. We discuss the main issue behind unproductivity and share some tips in order to help our peers stay on track and keep the productivity alive. Thank you for listening and we hope that this TED Talk helps you!

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5 Responses to “How to Keep the Productivity Alive: TED Talk”

  1. Ishita Misra on April 11th, 2019 8:24 AM

    This TED Talk is super helpful and informative. I learned how to stay productive, and to not procrastinate. It’s also nice how you have an audience to make the TED Talk seem more authentic.

  2. Khaled Darwich on April 11th, 2019 8:24 AM

    Lovely Ted Talk, I liked how you first talked about yourself and how you told us how you procrastinated on school assignments and then you told us your solution. After that, you gave us helpful tips to help us viewers in our everyday lives.

  3. Rowan Edwards on April 11th, 2019 8:24 AM

    When I was your audience the first time you recorded your video I saw a lot of mistakes in your presentation which meant you needed to do it over again. I want to say that you did a good job on your presentation the second time. One thing that I have to say is why tell people to not do things when they don’t have time, to do them when you do have time? Wouldn’t that make the person want to do those things when they don’t have free time?

  4. Kathleen Ha on April 11th, 2019 8:28 AM

    The TED Talk was super informational and was nice to know your own personal experience with not being productive and using what you learned from it to make a TED Talk that includes what can help you/others be productive. Also good job on having a mini audience, that takes a small role in your TED Talk, with them clapping and watching as you speak, it makes it more realistic.

  5. Crumm on April 11th, 2019 8:30 AM

    It was very informational and it was helpful.

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How to Keep the Productivity Alive: TED Talk