Four Best Piece of Advice I Gave Me For TED 2011

With TED 2011 entering its final day, here are the four best pieces of advice I gave me and took this year:

  • Introduce yourself to everyone you think you might ever want to meet but haven’t
  • Leave your laptop in your hotel room
  • Eat at the food trucks
  • Only sit in the first three rows of the main theater

These four things made a great TED experience even better.

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