We've compiled our favorite TED TALK talks by women. Each one is an example of empowerment and has something super important to tell us. Write us in the comments which is your favorite!
1. BODY LANGUAGE SHAPES OUR IDENTITY - AMY CUDDY
Amy Cuddy is a psychologist, and in this TED talk she explains how "power poses" change your brain levels of testosterone and cortisol, thus improving your chances of success by giving your best.
2. STORIES OF PASSION - ISABEL ALLENDE
The author and activist Isabel Allende focuses on the importance of living with passion and the need to put more female energy into managing the world.
3. SWEET ARE THE FRUITS OF ADVERSITY - KARLA SOUZA
How we handle adversity in our lives has a strong impact on what we can achieve and how we live the journey. Karla Souza, a Mexican actress, shares her philosophy of handling adversity and some stories her father told her.
4. THE POWER OF VULNERABILITY - BRENÉ BROWN
Brene studies human connection, our ability to empathize, to belong, to love. In a poignant and humorous talk, she shares deep insights from her research that led her on a personal quest to know herself and humanity.
5. FIGHT TO BE INVISIBLE - EUFROSINA CRUZ
Eufrosina is a Mexican indigenous woman. He had to leave his town to learn about rights that few people in his community knew they had. In her talk, Eufrosina tells us how she is fighting to protect those rights for everyone.