I love TED talks. I've watched some really great ones. If I were to give a TED talk about something that were outside of my main area of expertise, it might be about the importance of taking time out for yourself. Or it might be how writing can keep you from going insane. Or perhaps simply how to crochet a scarf. I’ve crocheted enough scarves to feel like I could give a TED Talk on the subject. Bullet points could include how to pick the right yarn for your project, what stitches to use, and how to embellish. I once watched a TED talk on how to tie your shoes, which if I wore shoes that I had to tie would have been life changing.
What topic would you speak about if you were asked to give a TED talk on something outside of your main area of expertise? If you wouldn't give one, is there a particular TED Talk that inspired you or really got you thinking?