Larry Smith at TEDxUW

Created: Friday, December 13, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:27 pm

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Here’s an amazing TED talk by Larry Smith that talks about passion–and how many people fail even after they discover their passions. And why is that so? Because they don’t act on their passion.

Making excuses to fail your passions does not help, and Larry Smith explains this in a voice that modulates all the time. Also, notice his distinctly different body language and a subtle sense of humor.

Larry Smith at TEDxUW


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