5 reasons to nominate someone else for the TED Prize

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Who inspires you with their large-scale vision for change? Who offers a bold, unique solution to a global problem — and the capable leadership to make it a reality?

The TED Prize is a $1 million grant, awarded annually to someone who is both a dreamer and a doer. And the best candidates invariably come from you. Perhaps you have a teacher, mentor or colleague in mind — or maybe you’re thinking of someone whose work you’ve admired from afar. Either way, nominate them. Nominations are open on a rolling basis, and many are being reviewed right now. 

In case you still aren’t convinced, here are five reasons to nominate someone for the TED Prize.

  1. Because they just might win! Perhaps it’s an obvious thing to point out, but how proud would you feel if someone you admired professionally got the chance to embark on the project of a lifetime — one with the potential to inspire…

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