If you haven’t seen this, allow me to show you what turned out to be a transformative experience for me that launched the book, my solo law practice (Tuk Law Offices), a multi-day music festival (the now dormant Allentown JazzFest), a very good musical adventure (The Bryan Tuk Complex), four recording projects (Liftoff, Life in High Gravity, and two you don’t know about yet!) , a teaching studio (grooveKSQ), and a podcast (CRE8Rconfidential). Whew. 2014 was the beginning of a extremely fertile time for creative projects that is still running full throttle.
Five years ago, I gave a TEDx talk. At the time, in 2014, it presented a unique challenge. Up to that point, I usually presented information to groups of people in two ways: 1) I usually spoke from prepared notes, or 2) completely extemporaneously with some idea of the theme, and then some improvisation on the expansion of those themes. Here’s the catch: neither of the scenarios would be memorialized in the way that the TEDx talk would be, where people would view it years later.