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TedxDocklands

27 Feb 2019

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Docklands had its first ever Tedx day at the Library at the Dock on February 21. From now, the event will be held annually in Docklands.

The day had a packed schedule, with 12 speakers stretching from 10am to after 5pm.

Docklands News caught the second speaker, 3 Pebbles director and open memory champion Kathy Lang. She spoke on the incredible human ability for memory inherent in everyone, if it’s trained properly.

At the end of her talk Ms Lang gave each audience member an envelope containing a pebble, collected from a unique location somewhere in the world.

Docklands News received a pebble from New Caledonia with the message: “We invite you to participate in creating the pathways to a better future. Remember, even a small ripple can have life changing influences … regardless of where it starts.”

Other speakers included famous male model Nick Bracks, digital media technologist, entrepreneur and musician Finbar O’Hanlon and Australia’s leading collective awareness and change facilitator Leigh Bundy.

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