How not to take things personally? | Frederik Imbo | TEDxMechelen

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Frederik Imbo studied theatre at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent and has acted in lots of television series. He founded Imboorling and now has over 15 years' experience in stimulating and supporting people. With the aim of improving their communication skills Frederik gives presentations, workshops, training courses and personal coaching sessions to anyone prepared to make their two ears available.

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Zoha Abidi
Zoha Abidi
Last message was the best.
Pokie
Pokie
He explained it to us like we are fifth graders and that’s exactly what I needed; a good break down and understanding of each part. This was beautiful
Ananya Akruwala
Ananya Akruwala
The audience was seriously so unresponsive. I would be actively giving reactions to such a beautiful TED Talk. The man explained his points in such an easygoing and jovial manner. This was truly really amazing. 😊
Garrett Wood
Garrett Wood
Just watching this gave me a sense of peace. As in I literally felt all the tension leaving my body and I started giggling like a mad lad. Never realized how much my ego controlled my thoughts until now. Very insightful video and the speaker seemed very genuine and kind. I like his energy
chris rush
chris rush 4 saatler önce
It’s sad that this isn’t everyone’s default setting. Need to teach this to parents to instill to their kids. This is a lesson for children. So many people hurting unnecessarily.
Hitanshi Oza
Hitanshi Oza 7 saatler önce
I have watched this again after 3 years and I can literally feel the power as I remember all the times I tried not to take things personally, using this strategy and trust me it feels empowering!!!
Ivyflix Voices
Ivyflix Voices Yıl önce
I WONDER WHY THESE THINGS ARE NOT TAUGHT IN SCHOOL. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE STARTS WITH AWARENESS. THANKS FOR THIS WONDERFUL TALK SIR.
Susan Moss
Susan Moss 14 saatler önce
This is such a wonderful presentation. Engaging, entertaining and very memorable. Well done Frederik. As a psychologist who helps people with many self esteem issues I thought this was an extremely clever and poignant way of conveying what is, in reality, a very difficult subject to explain and teach. Well done and thank you for your wise words!
Alyza K.
Alyza K.
Wow. Frederik has pretty much changed my over-sensitive life. Kudos to him.
Uncle Gardener
Uncle Gardener
I feel like this is the number one cause that ruined my friendships, my social skills, my friendliness, my self-confidence, and my likability as a whole. Thank you Mister Frederik for the talk. I know this will help.
Raj Raj
Raj Raj
Oh my god! One of the best TEDx video, I have ever watched. Really meaningful and worth it to the core. Thanks a lot, Frederik and TEDx Talks for sharing this.
kat mx
kat mx
This is by far the most amazing ted talk I've watched. It's useful and relevant in every sense. I have this issue of almost taking anything personally and it has always been a struggle how to overcome it. I'm glad I found this!
Queen Eva
Queen Eva Yıl önce
I want to send this to a fiend of mine but I can’t because she will take it personally lol
Mienarvaa 🐣
Mienarvaa 🐣 Gün önce
Best 17 minutes to watch. The way he was speaking and explaining, his gesture, expression all of it was very captivating. I didn’t realise how time passed. The speech was very beautiful.
Vertebrate Ali
Vertebrate Ali
I appreciate this guy's vulnerability so much. I think every human feels this at some point, and these are great tools to tackle the issues with.
Digital English
Digital English 14 saatler önce
"It's not about ME!... It's about his/her emotions, bad experiences etc." I always have this thought spinning in my head when dealing with difficult people.
J Artur Serrano
J Artur Serrano
A feel good talk, and so true: just doing this would change the world to be a better place.
Tarron Innovative World
Tarron Innovative World
I love the concluding part of How not to take things personally:
Ambrose Hallward
Ambrose Hallward Yıl önce
There should be a class in school where we just watch Ted talks all day.
Beth Fitzpatrick
Beth Fitzpatrick
Loved this Ted Talk. The last part really brought it all together. A simple but effective message to remember! Cheers!
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