As children, we are curious about the world around us. The minute we ask our very first question, an avalanche of information pushes us to want to learn more about life and what is has to offer. Our capacity to absorb information at that age is not only remarkable, but also inspirational.
As the years go by and the classroom begins to evolve into our second home, we become wired to no longer ask questions, but instead answer questions. Over time we begin to loose that sense of curiosity as a result of meeting the status quo of what the world is, rather than looking at the potential of what the world could be.
Jessica Tenuta, Alumni of the Xi-Psi Chapter, shared her first TED Talk at TEDxNormal this past weekend regarding how “The world is changed by those brave enough to question it”
Below you can find her TED talk along with every other speaker from that day!
Thank you for sharing your idea with the world Jessica, truly an inspiration to ask yourself…… “Why not me?”
(To see Jessica’s specific TED talk begin the video at 7:11:00)