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Translator: omar idma Validator: Fatima Zahra El Hafa So far, we've talked about all the wonderful benefits that sleep can provide. But how much sleep should we actually get? [Sleeping in the science bed] (Music) For normal adults, The current recommendation ranges from seven to nine hours of sleep per night. And what we discovered from epidemiological studies conducted on a large scale That by using that seven to nine hour reference point, Once it starts to drop below that point, The likelihood of your death begins to rise. In fact, the CDC identifies in the United States, Sleeping hours in the amount of at least seven hours a night For the average adult. In other words, the shorter your sleep Otherwise, your life will be shortened. But it turns out that the connection is not quite as straightforward as it might appear. It is not like the more you…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/yG7v4y_xwzQ Penerjemah Johnson Chiang Pengulas Ivan Sit Sebutkan Olimpiade, Istana olahraga tertinggi, Selalu pikirkan para pemain yang tak terkalahkan, Misalnya, “, Jamaika, Petir ”, Port Memenangkan medali emas dalam lari sprint 100 dan 200 meter di Beijing dan London , Atau Phelps “ American Flying Fish ”, yang memenangkan medali emas terbanyak dalam sejarah Olimpiade, Para pemain ini pasti telah melakukan sesuatu yang benar, Psikologis atau fisik. Yang menarik adalah cara persiapan mereka sebelum pertandingan sangat berbeda. Porter sering membuat gerakan tanda tangan yang lucu, terutama di garis start. Sebelum memulai, Kita semua telah melihat aksi ini. Phelps sangat berbeda. Dia akan duduk diam dan mendengarkan musik. Cara persiapannya jauh lebih tenang. Kedua metode tersebut sangat efektif. Psikologi olahraga dapat mempengaruhi persiapan mereka sebelum pertandingan Mungkin juga menjadi kunci kesuksesan mereka. Tentu saja, ada kalanya terjadi kesalahan. Izinkan saya memberikan contoh lain: Final sepak bola Olimpiade London 2012, Brasil vs.…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/7uN4I1wEOXE Translator: baali omar Validator: Anwar Dafa-Alla So, I’m an artist. I live in New York, and I used to work in advertising L – even when I left the university About 7, 8 years ago, Time was wasting. I worked many nights. I worked many weekends, And I found that I never find time for all of my projects Which I wanted to do by myself. One day I was at work, and I saw a conversation By Stephen Sagmeister at TED, And it was called “The Importance of Vacation” And he talked about how in all seven years, He used to take a year off work to be able to Do his creative projects, and he immediately inspired me, And I said “I have to do that.I have to take a year off. I need time to travel and spend time with my family I start my creative…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rkKDvGA2UU0 Translator: sann tint Reviewer: Myo Aung When was the last time a letter was written? How would you feel if you had received this letter in the mail this morning? What will this mean for you? Well, according to Royal Mail The volume of textbooks has dropped by a third over the past decade It fell 4% last year. More packages than mail. So it’s called ‘global shipping’. This means that you can put something in the mailbox That’s where the UK goes somewhere else at this price. But how long will we stay here? So what I want to do is to commemorate the manuscript and refresh it. This is the future that we want to shape and the way we want to shape it. 1915 On August 16th Flo wrote to Sergeant Jones. He is one of my son’s principal teachers. ‘This letter reminds us of the…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/iUbfRzxNy20 Translator: Melihate Limani Reviewer: Silvin Lito I think we have to do something for a part of the culture of medicine that I need to change. I think it starts with a doctor, and that’s me. Maybe I’ve been around long enough to allow himself to give up pride to achieve the goal. Before I begin the essence of my conversation, let me start with some baseball. Why not? We are nearing the end, we are approaching the World Championship. We all love baseball, right? (Laughter) Baseball is full of amazing stats. Hundreds. The “money ball” is about to come out and it’s all about statistics and using statistics to create a great team. I’ll focus on one thing and I hope many of you have heard is called the stroke advantage. So we’re talking about 300, a hit that hits 300. This means that a player fired safely,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Ks-_Mh1QhMc Translator: Visar Hadri Reviewer: Helena Bedalli I want to start by showing you a strategy and the only thing I ask you is this: to change your attitude in two minutes. But before I get started, I ask you make an assessment of your body. So how many of you gather on your own? Maybe bend over, put your feet cross. Keep your hands that way. Sometimes we open up a lot. (Laughter) I see you. (Laughter) I want to focus on what you are doing right now. We’ll get back to that in a little bit, and I hope you master this technique a bit because it can significantly change their lives, So we are fascinated with body language, and we are especially interested in the body language of others. You know, we’re interested in …. – (Laughter) — a weird conversation or a smile a scornful look…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-FOCpMAww28 Translator: Helena Bedalli Reviewer: Anisa Fezga Some people think that TED speeches have a formula: '' Speech on the red carpet round. '' "I share a childhood story." "Tell an inside secret." "Close with an inspirational call to action." No. This is not the case for TED speeches. In fact, if we abuse these tools, we will look like stereotypes or emotion manipulators. But all TED speeches have something in common, and I want to share it with you, because in the last 12 years, I'm sitting in the front row, and listening to hundreds of TED speakers like these. I helped them prepare their debut speeches, and I learned from them, the secrets to a successful speech. Although their speakers and themes seem quite different, they have one key ingredient in common. And this is: Number one task as a speaker is to put in the mind of…

Translator: Luan Morina Reviewer: Helena Bedalli I'm really excited to share with you some research that surprised me about what makes companies succeed, what factors really matter to initial success. I believe startup organizations are one of the greatest ways to make the world better. if you get a group of people with the right incentive capital and organize them as startups, you can find human potential in an impossible way before. You push them to achieve incredible things. But if a startup is great, why many fail? That's what I wanted to find out too. I wanted to learn what matters most for their success. And I wanted to be systematic about that, To avoid some of my instincts and misperceptions I had from so many companies I've seen over the years. I wanted to know that because I've started businesses since I was 12 years old when I…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/jiDQDLnEXdA Your company launches a search for an open position. The applications start rolling in, and the qualified candidates are identified. Now the choosing begins. Person A: Ivy League, 4.0, flawless resume, great recommendations. All the right stuff. Person B: state school, fair amount of job hopping, and odd jobs like cashier and singing waitress. But remember — both are qualified. So I ask you: who are you going to pick? My colleagues and I created very official terms to describe two distinct categories of candidates.We call A "the Silver Spoon," the one who clearly had advantages and was destined for success. And we call B "the Scrapper," the one who had to fight against tremendous odds to get to the same point. You just heard a human resources director refer to people as Silver Spoons and Scrappers — (Laughter) which is not exactly politically correct and sounds a bit…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/MlLWTeApqIM Translator: Ereblir Kadriu Reviewer: Eva Hoxha I thought about the difference between the virtues of resume and the virtues of eulogy. The virtues of resume are the ones you put into a resume, which are the skills you bring to the market. The virtues of eulogy are those mentioned in an eulogy, which are deeper: who you are, in your depth, what is the nature of your relationship, are you courageous, loving, trustworthy, consistent? And many of us, including me, would say that the virtues of eulogy are the most important qualities. But at least in my case, are they what do I think about most? And the answer is no. So I was thinking about this problem, and a thinker who helped me think about it is a boy named Joseph Soloveitchik, who was a rabbi and wrote a book entitled "The Lonely Man of Faith" in 1965.…