TED USA and Canada 2016 program’s launch ran last week in Vancouver. The theme? Simple. They want the world to Dream.
TED did something creative this year (shocking!) and streamed their 2016 opening night in cinemas across the country. The Keane team attended one of the cinema screenings and we felt inspiration to share our takeaways.
There were 5 speakers from different countries, industries, age groups, and passions that all reinforced the theme of dream. The word of the evening was “audacious”. Each speaker individually motivated us to have courage to be audacious with our dreams. We left feeling an urge to be bold, and dream big.
Running a marathon is always something that I’ve wanted to do. I’ve thought about it a lot and always knew that I would accomplish it one day, but the training was daunting. It took a lot of thought, self-talk, pairs of socks, and persuasion – and believing that I would be a better version of myself on the other side of that finish line.
The training wasn’t easy. And the race was even harder. What I know now is that training for a marathon is a transition and finishing the race is the new chapter that the transition bridges. Running a marathon is entertaining. There are signs and people everywhere. One of my favorite signs I saw while r...
This Keane Komments is coming from a different Keane perspective. I’m Abbey Keane, a twenty something, working girl, and product of Professor Keane. It is only fitting that this feature comes from my perspective because it is about transitioning from college to the real world. And, well, I am on that very adventure myself!
I celebrate my two-year anniversary at my first “real-world” job this June. A few thoughts come to mind while experiencing this milestone: Has it already been two years? I can’t believe how much I have changed/learned/grown. I can’t believe how much more changing/learning/growing I need to accomplish. Should I have b...