Choice, happiness and spaghetti sauce | Malcolm Gladwell

Reproduction, l'alimentation, le traitement, l'apparence Tipping Point author Malcolm Gladwell gets inside the food industry's pursuit of the perfect spaghetti sauce -- and makes a larger argument about the nature of choice and happiness. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers are invited to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes -- including speakers such as Jill Bolte Taylor, Sir Ken Robinson, Hans Rosling, Al Gore and Arthur Benjamin. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, politics and the arts. Watch the Top 10 TEDTalks on, at


  1. Cheerios. Go into any supermarket and there’s a 8 foot section, top to bottom devoted to Cheerios. Cheerios. Honey Nut Cheerios. Toasted coconut Cheerios. Blueberry Cheerios. Maple Cheerios. Cheerios oat crunch. Cheerios nut crunch ‘n Honey. Multigrain Cheerios. Apple cinnamon Cheerios. Chocolate Cheerios. Fruity Cheerios. Frosted Cheerios. Banana nut Cheerios. Chocolate peanut butter Cheerios. Honey Nut Cheerios medley crunch. Very berry Cheerios. And for a limited time, pumpkin spice Cheerios.
  2. Didn't he also have his own television show where he taught painting?
  3. What a brilliant story teller Malcom is. He can make any subject sound interesting.
  4. 2019 and this is still extra chunky!
  5. Bless Harold for his innovative chunkiness
  6. I like Goya brand Coffee. it is made with real hispanics. i like my coffee spicy.
  7. Jewfrow !
  8. It's not only his books that are amazing, his speech are amazing as well. Words are miraculously & carefully put into this speech. As a reader of his books, I can note down and feel the similarity of the way he talks and the way he writes. Merely amazing.
  9. what was pepsi vs pepsis?
  10. 12 years ago! Omg and this guys remains the same humble person as he is.
  11. If the majority says it’s 200 % is it moral or are u a slave to the majorities that’s why all democracies eventually fail
  12. Such and obvious and yet remarkable insight.
  13. ahh, that crisp 240p resolution. PLEASE UPSCALE THIS TO 1080p!
  14. But still just two political parties.
  15. Lil b brought me here
  16. All of my yardwork company's customers enjoy their very own, custom flavor of service. Each one gets their own favorite flavor! I love it!

    Listening to this one about a hundred times has truly begun to pay off for me. Thanks!
  17. I watch this talk after every few months. My favorite TED Talk
  18. Interesting watching this back to back with
  19. The ultimate in all is the individual who trains to produce anything of significance in the most pleasing result suited for that moment it is used. I love chunky sauce and love near every other form at different times. Boring is twice in a row, if I prefer change.

    Twice in a row suits perfect when twice in a row is my desire.

    So, original is never same ' same ol' for me.
  20. Confucius says, “first mistake-you were looking for the perfect Pepsi; when in fact you should be looking for...Coca Cola”
    Message for the Ages
    Going back-WAAAY back for this Ted Talk✌🏻

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