TEDx Talks

Santa Santosh Avvannavar has given 7 TEDx Talks & organised 2 TEDx events.

Santa’s first talk was at TEDxIMUVisakhapatnam, Mission Identity: Stories of Soil. He talks focuses about different issues relating to success and gender issues. He explains with stories with what life entails. Link to the talk – click here

Santa’s second talk was at TEDxBITMwomen, Gender Confusion. He talks focuses about different issues relating gender issues. He explains with stories and acts on perception on genders. Link to the talk – click here

Santa’s third talk was at TEDxUSMC, Dreams and Aspirations: 6 Career Success Mantras. He talk focuses the journey that his life has taken him on, whilst highlighting six points that he believes it would lead a person towards a successful career. A comparison of impact will be made against the 5 shortcuts to success. The idea is to get the audience to realize that several great ideas initially fail in our minds and not on paper, and that some form of routine should be planned to achieve the success that one craves.. He talks about different issues relating gender issues. He explains with stories and acts on perception on genders. Link to the talk – click here

Santa’s fourth talk was at TEDxMACE, He in She, She in He: Gender that I didn’t know! His talk focuses on lifting the fog of gender confusion and encouraging self-defined roles. Link to the talk – click here

Santa’s fifth talk was at TEDxSIESGST, Communication that is often miscommunicated. His talk focuses the way we speak often tends to be misinterpreted, and hence has adverse effects on our relationships. This miscommunication can be solved using simple remedies. Link to the talk – click here

Santa’s sixth talk was at TEDxBalajiITS, Empower: Are we Computers? His talk focuses the ways to empower and distinguish from the routine empowerment which are actual are not. Link to talk – click here

Santa’s seventh talk was at TEDxIIESTShibpur, Umbilical Cord – The cord that always remains. His talk focuses the This is one form of umbilical cord that is cut for the freedom and growth, so that life takes a smooth turn but, do we really cut various other ‘virtual’ umbilical cords like children to enslave parents, acquiring ancestor’s property, and others? These emotional cords, though they may not seem to hurt anyone, yet they need to be arrested or pruned at some point or the other. Link to talk – click here

Santa organised TEDxSNSCE on 29 July 2017, theme Brewing Ideas and TEDxGlobalDay 23 Sep 2017.

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