The Most Inspiring TED Talks Of March

A Girl Who Demanded School

Refusing to accept the oppression of women in her small Kenyan village, Kakenya Ntaiya built a school that changed the lives of 125 young women. She wanted to give them a chance to follow their dreams and determine their own destinies, much like she did when she made the brave and faithful decision to get her own education.

Most memorable line: "I learned that that ceremony I went to when I was thirteen years old, it was called female genital mutilation. I learned that it was against the law in Kenya. I learned that I did not have to trade part of my body to get an education. I had a right."

Guerilla Gardner

A self-proclaimed "garden gangster," Ron Finley wants to change what it means to fight for survival. Instead of a gun, pick up a shovel--use that as a weapon against hunger, and as a tool to plant your own food and sustain your own livelihood.

Most memorable line: "Growing your own food is like printing your own money."

"To This Day" ... for the bullied and beautiful

More poem than speech, Koyczan's talk is a humorous and agonizing observation of bullying and the meaning of beauty. His eloquence and masterful articulation is captivating.

Most memorable line: "One of the first lines of poetry I can remember writing was a response to a world that demanded I hate myself. From age 15 to 18, I hated myself for becoming the thing that I loathed: a bully. When I was 19, I wrote, 'I will love myself despite the ease with which I lean toward the opposite.'"

The Art of Asking For Help

As a street performer, Amanda Palmer got good at asking people for help. By asking for help, she connected with people from all different walks of life, and her network grew. Her decision to share her music broke the mold of selling songs online. Rather than charge her fans to download her songs, she offers them for free, and asks for donations from those who can afford to help.

Most memorable line: “I had the most profound encounters with people, especially lonely people who

looked like they hadn’t talked to anyone in weeks, we would get this beautiful

moment of prolonged eye-contact, being allowed in a city street, and we would sort

of fall in love a little bit, and my eyes would say, 'Thank you, I see you,' and there eyes would say, 'Nobody ever sees me. Thank you.'"

Immigrant Student’s College Dream Is Now Shipshape!

** OGTV is celebrating Rosa Parks Day by sharing the story of another trailblazer who did not settle for doing what was expected and instead followed her dreams...all the way to the US Naval Academy! **

This is a story about a determined and humble young woman who came to a country she barely knew to live with complete strangers, all in order to receive the best education possible. In the process she would work hard and defy incredible odds to put herself in the running to become a member of one of the most prestigious institutions in the United States.

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Why Shopping Makes You Feel Good - You Should Know with Lucia Nazzaro

** Here's a short video on why shopping makes you happy to get you amped for Cyber Monday **

This just in! Retail therapy actually works! We love to give you tips and tricks to make sure you are the happiest & healthiest you can be. So here is one more, and it just may be our favorite.

In this brand new episode of You Should Know, Lucia explains how shopping really can improve your well being. Even if you don't buy anything, the positive effects are still there. So tell your spouse you don't necessarily have to spend money... even though it's more fun that way :)

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How to Unclutter Overflowing Closets – Wounded Warrior Closet Makeover

Everyone could use a little help in their daily lives…and watching a good DIY video can always make a difference! OnlyGood TV videos help make your life easier, more manageable, happy and stress free!

After 36 years in the military, U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Luciano Yulfo ended his career in Afghanistan when a bomb shattered his left leg, leaving him disabled and soon to be without a leg. His 27-year-old daughter Sonia is his only caretaker, so it's really tough trying to keep their house in order. But help is on the way! Professional organizing expert, Barbara Reich and ClosetMaid are giving them each a much-needed closet makeover!

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Turkey Carving Tips So You Won't Miss A Bite!

Yum... it's Thanksgiving. We set you up with some tips to cooking the perfect turkey, now on to the carving!

You may think it is easy... but you'd be surprised at how much meat you are actually missing. Executive Chef, Michael Luboff, for Stew Leonard's – the World's Largest Dairy Store and one of the most renowned grocery store chains in the U.S., gives some carving tips to make sure you savor every bit! Along with enjoying it, you want it to look presentable, too!

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Watch How These Goofy Gobblers Spend Their Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is near and the turkeys of Millstone Farm are ready to get moving! Although they're not sure where they're going, their hilarious banter and barnyard strutting is fun to hear and see! Onward, to the Thanksgiving table!

Millstone Farm is a seventy-one acre private, family-owned farm focused on regenerative farming, educational opportunities and innovative technologies that improve the health of our community, our animals and our land.

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7 Tips To Cooking The Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey

Thanksgiving dinner is the most anticipated cooking/eating event of the year. But don't let the stress of creating a perfect meal get you down. Have a calm, stress free holiday and spend more time with your family by following these simple tips!

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Clown Care is Good for the Heart and the Soul

** To begin our celebration of Thanksgiving week, OGTV proudly shares this heartwarming story about a couple of Big Apple Circus clowns, Dr. Spats and Dr. Boots, who dispense smiles and laughter to the kid's ward of a children's hospital. **

A pop of color in a sterile hallway. A loud peal of laughter from a room that had felt quiet and sad. A huge smile below the shaved head of a young cancer patient. These are just some of the gifts that The Big Apple Circus Clown Care Unit provides to kids and families at the hospitals where they work.

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Teacher Saves Program and Keeps Musical Dreams Alive

** It's Future Teacher Of America and to celebrate, OGTV is sharing this story about one noteworthy teacher who stepped out of his comfort zone to save his school's music program. **

Hopefully you have had the good fortune to have a teacher like this - one that you remember all of your life.

Several years ago the students at Rauner College Prep in Chicago, IL, received some bad news - they were told that the schools only music teacher was leaving. For the 350 students in the program, that looked like it would mean the end of their music education.

But then up stepped Robert Vega. He volunteered to become a one-man music department and became an inspiration to his students by taking on all 350 band members to ensure that the arts stay in school.

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