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Trond meets many patients who are confused about life, especially youngsters, who are confused about not being happy enough, perfect enough. Why ? the Hunter-Gatherer genes is at play ! Trond grew up by Haraldstøtta so close to the coast in Haugesund that love of the ocean came automatically. His playground was only interrupted by tourist buses and some archaeologists telling them not to dig in the Viking burial mounds.
Presently he is working as an organizational psychologist, managing his own company for past 5 years. Through work as a speaker, leader coach and psychologist Trond has worked with thousands of people since the start of his career in 2003.
If you know what’s normal and what’s to be expected you can stop treating yourself badly for being normal. In my experience this change of perspective totally saves people from making there lives a misery looking for something that doesn’t exist. The myth of stable and long-lasting happiness has stolen the life quality from too many people. It’s ;me we revealed the secret of a good life: it’s to settle with what is. This insight will save you millions. In some cases it can also save lives.” This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Yrja is a young entrepreneur and podcaster, and she always felt like a misfit, she could not find any role models or motivations in her own environment, then she found the startup communities, and went to Silicon Valley….. Yrja is an award-winning podcaster. With her podcast “Power Ladies”, she showcases women who stand out in their expertise and have a focus on sustainability, from influencers, to athletes and entrepreneurs. Yrja believes showcasing role models is a key factor to inspire women to lean in – in business and life in general – leading to equality. Yrja has an entrepreneurial background and has a special focus on Community Management. She is also an experienced live stream producer and host. Yrja is from Stavanger originally but lives in Oslo.What led her to present at TEDx is her passion for inspiring women to lean in. “I’d like to talk about my journey on daring to start my own business while involving some of the key factors from my interviews with 100+ women.This is important to hear for many women because they end up not doing it…because they are too scared to go after what they want and they don’t know-how. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Per Ivar designed has designed supercars, now he designs Human Processes in Norway’s biggest oil company, and collects memories from an Island in Norway where he grew up. He meets them where they are… Per Ivar Selvaag is a Norwegian designer and the Head Of Design at Equinor.
Per has worked in 6 countries and has spent the best part of the last decade running a consultancy in California’s San Francisco Bay Area, before coming back home to Norway. Human Centered Design as a discipline has helped Per evolve as a creative thinker. As a chief designer at Peugeot he was responsible for the creation of the concept car Onyx, a 21st-century uber-French supercar that helped shape the use of copper and black; a now globally ubiquitous feature in all categories of retail.
At Equinor he is working to help shape a people-centered strategy for combining the humanities with data science. Per Ivar grounds his work in his background and upbringing in the rural fjords of Norway.
In this talk Per wants to remind us of a universal power that is often hiding in plain sight, and how we can all recognize it within, by returning to our common sense. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx