Changing culture, making history | Jonathon Mills | TEDxTemecula
From a shocking revelation, a family is forever changed and a father's mission is discovered. This is a discussion of human equality for a community not commonly in the public eye in this way.
Pay Attention | Daniel Midson-Short | TEDxTemecula
What is the cost of not paying attention? The world we live in today is becoming increasing disconnected as we all become more distracted. Instead of living our lives, we are living second had through a screen. In this talk, Daniel shares a personal story, that shaped his worldview of what is most important in this always connected world.
Brain Moves: The Body-Brain Connection | Mary Mollway | TEDxTemecula
Your ability to move, learn, and interact with the world is dependent upon movement. Learn how your DNA actually determines the sequence of movement patterns we learn, how these patterns affect our brain function and their connection to learning and developmental delays.
A Six String Siren One Woman Band | Diana Rein | TEDxTemecula
Diana Rein breaks out of her "Mom Shell" to share the music that has been waiting to come out since she was a young girl. Here she gives insight into her journey back to music and performs two songs (Come Back Home and Peace) from her sophomore album "Long Road" as a one woman band.
Laughter is the Best Medicine | David Cruz | TEDxTemecula
Laughter is good for you: physically, emotionally and in relationship with others. David demonstrates this through his juggling and comedy routine...with a message
Is your yard saving the earth or killing it? | John McCabe | TEDxTemecula
What effect is your yard having on global warming? You may be surprised at the answers.
After over twenty years in pharmaceutical marketing management, John McCabe turned his attention back to his first love of landscape design and horticulture. In 2003, He started McCabe’s Nursery and Landscape Construction with his wife, Helene, and daughter, Melissa.
Now the region’s largest residential landscaping company, they’ve won awards from both Riverside County and Rancho Water for drought tolerant design. John holds a Master’s degree in business from Pepperdine University and is a lifelong learner. He is a self-taught horticulturist, applying the good scientific principles he acquired from the medical field to the practice of landscape design.
The importance of suffering | Mayumi Amargo | TEDxTemecula
Suffering is overlooked like that awkward person sitting in the corner. No one wants to talk to them, let alone acknowledge their presence. If we got to know those who are suffering (struggling with depression, boyfriend broke up with them, got into an accident, lost a loved one, ect.) and hear their story we would find suffering has much to teach. Suffering is a part of life.
Helping Seniors Cross the Digital Divide | Isabella Martinez | TEDxTemecula
Sixty percent of all seniors are currently connected online yet they still struggle with their mobile devices. Isabella Martinez, founder of Net4Seniors, describes a 5-step method to help seniors cross the digital divide.
How NOT to Hate Shakespeare | Rob Crisell | TEDxTemecula
Does Shakespeare make you feel dumb? Stop *reading* him and start *experiencing* him. Rob talks about using acting to teach Shakespeare to kids.
1. ”What is the Internet of Things? And why should you care?” - by Benson Hougland, 2014
2. “The next stage in sales, marketing & communication” - by Wes Schaeffer, 2013
3. “What's next in service for the hospitality industry, a culture of care” - by Jan Smith, 2013
4. “The greatest risk of all is not taking one” - Cecilia Abadie, 2013
5. “Light Pollution” - by John Garrett, 2012
6. “Pay Attention” - by Daniel Midson-Short, 2016
7. “How to demonstrate college and career readiness” - by Guy Romero, 2013
8. “Why the world needs you to celebrate your rhythm” - by Dionne Thomas, 2015
9. “The importance of suffering” - by Mayumi Amargo, 2016
10. “The Future of Solar Science” - Caroline Kittle, 2012