Play and the Power of Time Off

A dear friend of mine shared a link to this talk a few weeks ago: Stefan Sagmeister, The Power of Time Off. She was fresh off what we will call a “break-up” with the hard-core and cutthroat beauty industry. This was someone who had worked for me years ago, and when we worked together, work […]

Asbury’s Second Life Bikes Chosen for A&E Project Startup (TriCityNews)

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Feb 6 2014 Press Release: TEDxNavesink Explores Topic of Play

TEDxNavesink 2014 Explores the Topic of Play During Day of Non-Fiction Theater 24 Talks and Performances Recorded Live for a Global Audience, Limited Tickets Available Saturday, May 10, 2014, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Two River Theater, 21 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank, N.J.   Atlantic Highlands, N.J. (February 6, 2014) – The world-renowned TEDtalks mission arrives to […]

The Coaster: TEDxNavesink Announces 2014 Speakers

Source: The BPlot Organizers of the phenomenal TEDx Navesink have announced 10 of the 24 confirmed speakers for the “Play to Learn” May 10, 2014 event at the Two River Theater in Red Bank.  And as is the motto of the internationally renowned TED conferences, these impressive speakers are prepared to give “the talk of […]

TEDxNavesink Launches Second Life Bikes Crowdfunding CollaborationKerri Martin has a passion for getting kids on bikes. She found a collaboration at TEDxNavesink with RocketHub's Alon Hillel-Tuch that's paving a bright path into the future for Asbury Park and Second Life Bikes.

The power of innovation. The joy of discovery. The gasp of enlightenment. TEDxNavesink is about all of these things. But the centerpiece of the event is the spirit of collaboration — and the amazing things that happen when it takes place. And what exemplifies that concept better than former TEDxNavesink speakers working together to impact […]

Introducing TEDxNavesink 2014 presenter, Peter GrayPeter Gray, psychology researcher and author of Free to Learn, will present at TEDxNavesink 2014.

When Peter Gray’s son was in the 4th grade, it became clear that the standard public school environment was not supporting his growth and creativity.   He had been rebelling from kindergarten on, doing his assignments but in the opposite way that teacher’s requested.  “When they started teaching capitals and punctuation, he started writing like e.e. […]