The Domino Effect | @titusoneilwwe | TEDxUCLA
Written by IMN on 30 Aug 2017
Every day, things we do knowingly or unknowingly, affect others. Sometimes it’s a small effect, and sometimes it’s profound and causes a chain reaction. If you’re going to have an effect, why not make it a good one. What if we focused on that chain reaction, and used our innate talents and strengths to cause big changes for those that would benefit most. Using your strengths and convictions to inspire others, and to treat humans actually as humans.
A former football player for the University of Florida and the Jacksonville Jaguars, Thaddeus Bullard has become a fixture on WWE’s programming, including RAW and Smackdown, as WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil. Since his debut with WWE in 2012, O’Neil has made an impact both in and out of the ring as a business and family man, motivational speaker, youth counselor and coach. Bullard can often be found speaking to children in schools, visiting the elderly in assisted living facilities, and participating in a variety of charitable events in his community. In addition, he participates in WWE’s numerous community-giving platforms, including its Be a STAR anti-bullying campaign and initiatives to support literacy, the U.S. military, Special Olympics, and Susan G. Komen.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx