If you inclined to learn and find out things and get involved with new ideas and be constantly amazed there is no shortage of either ideas or people who share them.
Probably one of the most intriguing places on the net to find them is TED. Started in 1984 and since 1990 with reglular conferences these “Ideas Worth Spreading” have gone a long way up to relying on other people who produce independent TEDx conferences in almost every country of this planet. And best of all, providing tools and instruments to make the roughly 15 minute talks available anywhere for free. As we speak about 17`000 talks are available on TED (1200) and on TEDxTalks (16000).
Here are some starters:
Brian McFerry hacks your brain with music (3 min)
Ken Robinson says school will kill creativity (19 min)
Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action (18 min)
Evelyn Glennie shows how to listen (30 min)
Theo Jansen creates new creatures (8 min)