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Why you will fail to have a great career | Larry Smith | TEDxUW

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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Throughout his three-decade career here at the University of Waterloo, Larry Smith has inspired legions of students to take up the mantle of economics with his passionate and homespun tales of economic wizardry. A renowned story-teller, teacher and youth leadership champion, Larry has also coached and mentored countless numbers of students on start-up business management and career development strategies. Having taught introductory microeconomics, macroeconomics and entrepreneurship classes, he recently celebrated assigning his 29,000th grade earlier this year. Recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award, Larry has also coached several of his former students to help them position and develop their businesses, the most famous of which is Research in Motion (RIM), maker of the revolutionary BlackBerry wireless mobile smartphone. Larry also sits on the advisory panels of start-ups to provide his guidance on financing and negotiation with investors and venture capitalists. http://www.tedxuw.com/speakers/larry-smith/ --- In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Lucas Musschoot (1 день назад)
K this fucin camra man sucks
Ars Currendi (2 дня назад)
I can't stand this guy's voice but he does make some great points.
Bomma Srinivas (4 дня назад)
This video truely gives me motivation but i really hate the fact that soon I'm gonna forget this
aown raza (6 дней назад)
he is looking scared.......
そらいろ (18 дней назад)
希望も絶望もある言葉だなぁ
joe bob (20 дней назад)
So deep and so provocative. why, why, I feel like my life will have changed because because of this!!! unless...?
Christian Banks (21 день назад)
Brilliant speech. And with that delivery he could easily be the next Joker 👏🏾
Christian Banks (21 день назад)
13:50 "Your afraid. And that's why, your not going to be Great"
Christian Banks (21 день назад)
13:50 "Your afraid. And that's why, your not going to be Great"
John Reed (24 дня назад)
The lie that if you work hard you'll get somewhere is the biggest lie people have been told. The world is full of hardworking people who will get nowhere.
Gude Tama (1 месяц назад)
THANK YOU LARRY SMITH!
Bobster986 (1 месяц назад)
You want a great career? Sell your soul and you will be successful.
Rahul Hari Nair (1 месяц назад)
He would be right choice to play super villain Nolan’S 4th Batman movie 😎
Sujit sharma (1 месяц назад)
Ohkay...he is planning to destroy the world.
Handy Fox (1 месяц назад)
I don't get this.
Gude Tama (1 месяц назад)
He is describing all the excuses people use to stop themselves from going for their dreams
Sorry Charlie (2 месяца назад)
This was the best Ted Talk I've ever seen.
Louise Trasmonte (2 месяца назад)
I so love this tedtalk 😂❤
Kitten on the Keys (2 месяца назад)
How many miles had this guy walked during this speech
Jeremiah Fernandez (2 месяца назад)
*_But you won't be able to say it, cause you didn't. So you can't._*
Jeremiah Fernandez (2 месяца назад)
i would have been okay with having invented Velcro in my lifetime
Deepak Tyagi (2 месяца назад)
I'm just 6 minutes into the video and couldn't stop myself from writing that this is one of the best ted talks i have ever watched. That guy just rocked the stage.
bcmasur (2 месяца назад)
Does this guy get shorter as the video goes on? Nope, he's just wearing a deeper groove in the floor!
Nisan Koçpınar (2 месяца назад)
Türkçesi gelsin lütfeeen
GC (2 месяца назад)
he sounds like tinker from dota 2
Gio Chef (2 месяца назад)
Muito bom Tedxuw, a equipe está de parabéns! 24/07/2018
Esra Dogan (2 месяца назад)
Asli dan1 gelenler
Aladinn Sihirli lamba (2 месяца назад)
İzlemek istiyorum ama türkçe alt yazı yok
Büşra Doğan (2 месяца назад)
Türkçe altyazı eklerseniz videolarınıza cok mutlu oluruz
Pyrouan (3 месяца назад)
MAN ! It was very good, TY for this !!
Na No (3 месяца назад)
Passion/Interest.. It's not easy to find a job you can live from and that you're passionate about.. if it was, people wouldn't even hesitate to follow this advice. Some people say "do what makes you happy", others say "do what gives you safety".. you know, on the internet there is so many people with different opinions but in the end you should know for yourself.
Filip Kopecký (3 месяца назад)
It's cool to finally find a ted talk that is not motivational but instead informs us that we will not have good carreers.
Priyadarshan Alok (3 месяца назад)
Best ted talk i ever listin
Ren Ha (3 месяца назад)
I’ve been watching this for years. Yes, for years, It really is hard to change. Always motivating me but I’m too scared of losing I’ve done so far. Wish I had courage to pursuit my passion.
Piyapol Tientanyakit (3 месяца назад)
I love this title
Jeff da Silva (4 месяца назад)
Works for some, not for everyone though.
Hendrius Oliveira (4 месяца назад)
That could be said in 2 minutes.
Clay Allison (4 месяца назад)
"I had a dream once, too, kid. But, then, you were born." Another excuse. Don't have children, if you're not living the life you want!
Summer is on Thursday (4 месяца назад)
I'm 47 and I'm sure my luck's ran out. It ran out a couple of weeks ago and that's that 😕
Building 7 (4 месяца назад)
Love his energy absolutely riveting.⚡️🔥💣💯❤️
Charles Cxgo (5 месяцев назад)
First of all, he really really resonates with some of us who really have something we are passionate about and want to live a life with a purpose/adventure. However, this is given that we have the sufficient financial support (or found a way to side hustle) to make it happen. It’s easier said than done, and is a process rather than overnight thing, with lots of ups and downs along the way. At the end of the day, I’d rather fail having tried than live in regret of ‘what ifs’.... But..... I’ve realized there are genuinely people out there who’s only passion is to enjoy life...raise a family and afford to go on vacation. That’s fine too. I can’t imagine myself living ‘normal’ life, but I respect their views and ideals. There’s no point saying your way of living is the ‘best’ way. Everyone’s different with different circumstances, but whatever you do, don’t limit yourself. If you live in a Western country, dont ever say you don’t have a choice. You always did and always will, maybe not as much as more privileged folks, but you can start by making the best of what you do have control over. Eventually you’ll gain more freedom to make more choices as you grow. That’s my 2 cents.
Hamish Carey (5 месяцев назад)
theyre all assholes . all of em
huy tran (5 месяцев назад)
a dog can beat a lioj with its confidence. so why we cant
tonytony tonytony (5 месяцев назад)
The best Ted I ever seen
Johnson Smith (5 месяцев назад)
He sounds like Lester from GTA V
proxy boxie (5 месяцев назад)
What an empty speech.
S Charlesworth (6 месяцев назад)
His schtick wears thin pretty early on.
徐一涵 (6 месяцев назад)
I love this talk
Sci Dog (6 месяцев назад)
Velcro is awesome and enriches my life in a practical way: It makes cables manageable. As for warp drive, until we fix ourselves warp-drive will merely spread the disease which is this man's empty bitterness to the stars. War and slavery on a galactic scale will be the result. And who is this guy anyway? As an economist has he solved mankind's woes? No, but he has a good career. Those who cannot do should not teach, and Larry should stick to economics. Soul-crushing jobs are the result of an empty soul, and no amount of accomplishment will fix this. If Larry conducts his personal life as he speaks to a crowd, he won't be missed. But the empty will pump him up. He might even get a library named after him. To not do so would make them look at themselves. The horror... The atom bomb was a world-changing accomplishment. Are things better? I for one wish to die missed by those that love me, and have them miss me because I will no longer be there to enrich their lives. If my life makes those around me treat others better, I have won. ...and in the meantime there is everything right about making a mound of cash doing what you are good at. End of retort.
Isaac Thuku (6 месяцев назад)
The photographer who shot this footage needs to get shot in the head.
Kashif Rana (6 месяцев назад)
I want to do a job that I love but it involves 75% travel that will affect my wife/kid. I got two chances for that job but did not pursue. Not sure what to do
Anon (7 месяцев назад)
There are no more good careers, it's a matter of luck, I am not a genius but my professors beaten that idea out of my head, I am not weird through every body knows that people who pursue their passions are somewhat obsessive a little strange a fine line between madness and genius , I am nice I am normal and nice normal people don't have passion , I will work really hard and get a great career, I don't have a passion I have an interest, I don't need many passions, I value human relationships more than accomplishment I want to be a great friend a great spouse a great parent and I will not sacrifice them on the altar of great accomplishment I am hero no matter what it's appropriate to use children as a human shield, I had a dream once too but I was afraid to pursue it or and then you were born not go for it kid just like I did, I am afraid to pursue my passion I am afraid to look ridiculous am afraid to try am a afraid to fail, it's not a package great parent spouse carrier friend I can be any one without the other, unless if only I had
Szilveszter H. (8 месяцев назад)
He's like Heath Ledger as Joker. Like it.
Sanjay Shelat (8 месяцев назад)
One of my favourite career talks of all time - now on YouTube.
graysc_ (8 месяцев назад)
The best TED speech so far.
Beena Patel (9 месяцев назад)
Geez, I feel so attacked.
kshitiz sancheti (9 месяцев назад)
He had quite a good walk in the park
Favio Becker (9 месяцев назад)
What a load of bull.
effective comments (9 месяцев назад)
suspense drama
Raju Halder (9 месяцев назад)
Please edit English subtitles in ALL TEDx Talk Videos
Howard Koor (9 месяцев назад)
A wild Man!
Lily is (9 месяцев назад)
**repeats this over and over again**
Divya Markande (9 месяцев назад)
This is probably the most Energising TedX Talk so far. . Wonderful! Truly made me sit back in my seat and go through the whole talk again in my head.
shivam duggal (9 месяцев назад)
Worst camerawork ever
Jaybird2064 (9 месяцев назад)
Too funny and so dismal!
Glo Ria (9 месяцев назад)
Why do audience laughing
Moxormog (9 месяцев назад)
Poor people are exempt from this FYI.
Ghost Nathan (9 месяцев назад)
I wanted to be a great soldier, strong fearless respected. I lost my legs in a war. Am I a hero, who tried so hard? The great sacrifice is the path to greatness. Come on, do you want to live forever? Starship Troopers. Unless...you don't mind bitterness.
Edward Morris (9 месяцев назад)
This guy could have been a character played by Lionel Barrymore in a Frank Capra movie.
David Fricker (9 месяцев назад)
Velcro has changed the world and people's lives at least as much as any economist has. I enjoyed the talk,; it's gently and humorously thought provoking.
Ken Wells (9 месяцев назад)
I don't get it.
savedfaves (9 месяцев назад)
Steven J, lol
Anushka Chauhan (10 месяцев назад)
I am in class 11 and I have taken up science.....halfway through it I realised that my real passion is to be a singer...I have been stressing about it for days....but this has cleared my mind a lot..♥
isa Lorenzo (10 месяцев назад)
it really shook me
L Crowley (10 месяцев назад)
awful
Burning Dragon breaker (10 месяцев назад)
I salut you of how your words are helping me in life.
THECAMCARTEL (10 месяцев назад)
sounds like Lester from GTA5
Europa H2O Alien (10 месяцев назад)
What he really meant to say is "Submit to authority and obey your government." What a moron.
RPDBY (10 месяцев назад)
never wanted one anyways
Mr. Numi Who (10 месяцев назад)
There is only one answer, 'cluelessness'. Since humanity is still universally clueless, it applies to everyone.
Omkar Shinde (10 месяцев назад)
He sounds like freeza !!! Haha Bdw nice info##
James Lysander (10 месяцев назад)
I like this guy
DoomFinger511 (10 месяцев назад)
The greatest successes in life are also the greatest failures.
Mikky Z (10 месяцев назад)
Why would I listen to u ? :3
Vinay Seth (10 месяцев назад)
Hey- velcro was a commendable invention! What is this guy even talking about? Lol
Lev Sagan (10 месяцев назад)
ohmagahd he's so frickin adorable >u< he reminds me of Andy Botwin's "blah blah blah" speech. straight-forward but a strong relief
Christodoulos Palagkas (10 месяцев назад)
My precioussssss
7malmusk (10 месяцев назад)
great camera work
7malmusk (10 месяцев назад)
this is before i whatched the video.. but i just thought.. isnt there obviously many many people who failed and had no great career? xD
Paul Mayer (10 месяцев назад)
This guy has risked comparatively little, and has no problem telling others to risk everything. For those of you who may be curious, he is an economics professor at one of the world's leading technology research institutions, the University of Waterloo - home of Blackberry. He has a comfortable perch in academia, and get to throw money at promising startups he catches wind of. His salary is, in large part, paid for by the government subsidization of post-secondary institutions, which are, in turn, funded by the tax dollars of... you guessed it, working people. I'd like to see this guy roll up his sleeves and start a business of his own.
Tso Yat Ching (11 месяцев назад)
best TED talk EVERRRRR BEST TED TALK TELLER EVER
random_girl walking_on_the_sidewalk (11 месяцев назад)
no pressure larry...
Shane J (11 месяцев назад)
Still my favorite
J Becker (11 месяцев назад)
This guy is an excellent communicator, he knows all the ways to hook into the audience's attention. And his ending? Absolutely epic.
little froe (11 месяцев назад)
What a weirdo. Geeze
Sertryget (11 месяцев назад)
Так и кушать. Такие мысли посещают всех людей, которые пробуют чему-то научится либо достигнуть чего-то. Страх того, что ты пропустишь существование мимо, пытаясь достигнуть чего-то, с вероятностью в итоге издержать все это колоссальное пора в пустую в случае беды. Банальная правда, чтоб быть наилучшим в чем-то, необходимо отзывть этому все пора - чем больше отдаешь времени, тем ты лучше в этом, а если хочешь быть прям супер-пупер - то придется поступиться полностью всем временем. Человек какой уделяет чуток больше времени на что-то, чем ты, априори стает наилучшим спецом, а отсюда и карьера у него лучше. А истина в том, что покамест мы об этом размышляем, другие берут и делают. Если хочешь достигнуть чего-то, ты не будешь раздумывать, а что если. Поэтому он и гласит, что у всех вас не выйдет выдающейся карьеры, поэтому что вы слушаете его, заместо того, чтоб мастерить. Понимаете? Ахахаха. Я одинешенек из вас, однако я верю, что это можно поправить. Начните с малого. Если бы вы издержали 15 минут собственного времени на дело каким-то делом, заместо того, чтоб взвешивать свое убожество - вы бы прогрессировали в экспоненциальной скорости, а это итого только 15 минут никчемного самобичевания. С иной стороны вы развиваете мышление, однако этак же вы развили бы мышление занимаясь другим делом, лишь оно бы было более проф и узкоспециализированным на втором фоне. Если фоном находить развитие мышление, то в нашем случае мы развиваем мышление, а на втором месте у нас самобичевание, а не что-то стоящее. Потратьте 15 минут на что-то стоящее, а я пойду еще видосиков посмотрю. Спасибо
Olga Cat (1 год назад)
Afraid of being seen as excentric? I'm already the weird nerd kid. And I don't care.
Lingi6 (1 год назад)
Unless you start working on it. Don't let the fear of the future, of the consequences that didn't happened yet shackle you. Its only regrets and regrets that follows if simply say later, a little later. I have been through it even though I am only 24.. Now I know where I made the mistakes, its time to move on.
Nick Falangas (1 год назад)
This is true, but there are flaws in the argument. For example, and sorry for the musicians out there, but when you pursue your  joy of music and end up down the road in your 40s as a worn out singer who makes 500 bucks a month and your wife just got a disease because she works 60 hours a week and one of your children needs a math tutor... you get the point.. Historically in countries like Romania, you had miners who were very creative and they were awesome at construction but the demand in the market was for mining.. so this is what men did. Now you ask them if they had unfulfilling lives... not at all.. they all had hobbies and time for them, multiple homes... Do I believe we have talents and strengths as humans, absolutely yes! However, HOWEVER, you have to cater your skills to marketable positions and ALSO have a life outside of work. Even someone who loves what they do at work... It is still work at the end of the day and there will most likely be things you value greater that are outside of your work.
unicorn light (1 год назад)
"If only I had"
BLOGTECH (1 год назад)
He could be the next JOKER. Btw, delivered very well.

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