TED.com recently released their list of the 20 most-watched TED talks to date, and while they have quite a few of the ones listed that can serve to improve your life, there are several out there that are on the list at deserve some mention.

So, we’ve decided to unveil what we believe to be the top 20 TED talks that can improve your life. And while there is some crossover on both lists, we feel that there are some that just deserve a little bit more of your attention. Enjoy!

(Please note: some of these talks are NSFW.)

1. Jonathan Fields: Turning Fear into Fuel

2. Jason Fried: Why Work Doesn’t Happen at Work

3. Josh Klein: Hacking Work

4. Shawn Achor: The Happy Secret to Better Work

5. Arianna Huffington: How to Succeed? Get More Sleep.

6. Tim Ferriss: Smash Fear, Learn Anything

7. Richard St. John: Success is a Continuous Journey

8. Nigel Marsh: How to Make Work-Life Balance Work

9. Dan Pink: The Surprising Science of Motivation

10. Tony Robbins: Why We Do What We Do

11. Drew Dudley: Everyday Leadership

12. Dave Morris: The Way of Improvisation

13. Chris Guillebeau: Fear and Permission

14. Gary Vaynerchuk: Do What You Love

(Editor’s Note: this talk is featured on TED.com’s “Best of the Web” section, but is from his Web 2.0 appearance.)

15. Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability

16. Simon Sinek: How Great Leaders Inspire Action

17. John Wooden: The Difference Between Winning and Succeeding

18. Sheena Iyengar: How to Make Choosing Easier

19. Derek Sivers: Keep Your Goals to Yourself

20. Dan Buettner: How to Live to Be 100+

Bonus talk: Did you know that I’ve done a TED talk myself? While mine definitely doesn’t rank among those listed in this post, I thought I’d give you a chance to check it out as well. (After all, it does have to do with lifehacks.)

 

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