A day doesn't go by without many of us being engaged, in some form of action, to satisfy our curiosity to learn - Visiting libraries, Searching the internet, Attending classes, Reading books and Watching videos on YouTube are just examples of sources we go to.
Having said that, if your not already familiar with Ted Talks (TED), I encourage you to visit www.ted.com and start on a new (additional) path of learning.
TED is many things, as you will gather from their website. All in all, TED is devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less) and covers almost all topics — personal development, hobbies, careers, science, business, family, environment, etc... There are hundreds of topics to select from - in more than 100 languages.
TED began in 1984, however, there are still many people who haven't been introduced to or reminded of the power of the ideas, inspiration and engagement TED Talks offers.
In an era where independent learning is strongly developing, I encourage all of our patrons to add this to their learning repertoire: browse the site, select a topic(s), engage in a talk and be prepared to be inspired.