Author: Elaine C. Meyer, PhD, RN

On being present, not perfect

Just over a year ago, I was invited to give a TED Talk as part of Boston Children’s first-ever TEDxLongwood event. As exciting as the invitation was, it was also daunting. After all, TED Talks are supposed to be insightful, profound, personal, funny, and entertaining- and all of this in less than 18 minutes! Oh, and let’s not forget the requisite “story arc” and unexpected, memorable ending. On more than one occasion, I thought, just what had I gotten myself into? Is it too late to bail? …Read More

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