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Rocha 1LuanaLinda GreenESOL 0051-8029 September 2021TED Talks to Help You Find the Right Job: 5 ways to kill your dreamsIn the Ted Talk, “(TED Talks to Help You Find the Right Job)”, the speaker (Bel Pesce)suggests 5 ways to kill your dreams. At these points she emphasizes that success doesn't comeovernight, it takes dedication and there are many challenges to get there. Don't settle down whenyou reach the top, but work harder to do even better to achieve greater results. This journey is notjust about the goal of getting there and succeeding. It's about enjoying each step and taking it aslearning and growing yourself. “Your overnight success story is always a result of everythingyou've done in your life through that moment.” (Pesce)Pesce uses her lived experiences, what was the process for her getting the opportunity,where she came from. She speaks with conviction the five ways to kill your dreams, usingexamples in our daily lives, and asking us to think positively about.That vision we have aboutdream and success overnight chances when she says: “Your overnight success story is actuallythe accumulation of everything you've done to date”. And this point helps us to overcome the"romantic" idea that we have about success.She talks about her own experiences and uses examples based on her knowledge of howshe got to her career success. At beginning she tells the audience that she is there to talk aboutfive ways how “NOT” to follow our dreams. Which makes us curious about the subject, as it will

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Psychology, TED, Rocha, Bel Pesce

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