Feeling overwhelmed? Why Greek philosophy still holds value – even in the 21st century

In today’s world, life seems to be hectic and chaotic, comparable to a constant race. We tend to juggle between various inner and outer expectations, such as being a good partner, friend, child, employee, eating healthy, doing sports, reading books, engaging in a type of creative activity, meditating, having a successful career and at the … Read moreFeeling overwhelmed? Why Greek philosophy still holds value – even in the 21st century

How I have been advocating mental health to everyone but myself

by Naniko Kakabadze The other day a friend shared an article stating that we are running on a constant burnout as we try to optimize every second of the day. Many of my generation (29), myself included, are not very satisfied with our current professional situation and are trying to find a job which brings … Read moreHow I have been advocating mental health to everyone but myself

Think. Eat. Save. – How TEDxZurich made its catering more sustainable

Becoming a world connection-maker does not necessarily mean doing incredible things. Sometimes our daily routines can have an enormous impact, such as not wasting food and connecting with our local producers. As our guests at TEDxZurich will notice, no gipfeli will be served to welcome them. Instead, TEDxZurich aims to stimulate everyone’s metabolism early in the day with food to keep them fit … Read moreThink. Eat. Save. – How TEDxZurich made its catering more sustainable

Impressions from our volunteers

TEDxZurich Volunteers

Thinking about volunteering? Read more about what it means to be a volunteer at TEDxZurich and some of our volunteers’ journeys to TEDxZurich – straight from the horse’s mouth.   Peter Willi (Audience Experience Associate) attended his first TEDx  event as a visitor and was inspired by the team power and positivity. He quickly decided … Read moreImpressions from our volunteers