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TEDxXIM shares its vision with TED and TEDx and aims to uphold the same passion and commitment to ideas in and around business, sports, and questioning existentialism. The first version of TEDxXIM was held in 2012, and it witnessed an amalgamation of some of the finest ideas giving a new outlook to today’s society. In line with the same concept of bringing out ideas shaping the world and the nation, the next version was held in 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, and the latest one in 2021. They all proved to be exciting, interesting, and inspiring platforms for sharing ideas.

​This year again, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar (XIM) shall host the eighth edition of TEDxXIM. The event, like its previous versions, promises to be a medium to share the ideas that are expected to reflect and let society, the nation, and the world evolve into a better place. Be there to witness TEDx XIM 2022 on the 21st of August, 2022.

What would you choose to be in a world where you could be anything? In a world where we are constantly questioned for every step we take, how do we rely on our decision-making abilities vis-a-vis our intuition?

The first step to realizing any of it is deconstructing dialogue around uncomfortable topics. Topics that question our internal monologue and conditioning. That is one way to reach the pinnacle of our prowess as a society of thinkers and doers. Be it realizing the recent spike in entrepreneurial ventures, analyzing our association with paperbacks, widening our definition of art, the artist, and sports stars, discovering the expanse of our galaxies, redefining chaos, or understanding our association with the conversation itself - all of the above speak of the endless realms possibilities of what can be. Do we continue to perpetuate age-old beliefs or step into the unknown?

Every one of those decisions would give birth to a new you. And what are we but the total of everything we imagine and everything we set into action? Bob Dylan goes on to say, “All I can be is me, whoever that is.”
What would you choose to be in a world where you could be anything?


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