Life is not all black and white. “The gray” is packed full of unique and rewarding experiences, but it's often interpreted as “where all the problems happen.” Halle Prentice shows us the value of the gray, and explains why we shouldn't see “right” answers as the best answers.
Halle is an undergraduate student in her last year at Bentley University, majoring in marketing with a minor in Mandarin Chinese. After graduate but before pursuing her other post-grad aspirations, she will be biking across the country to raise money for cancer and serve for one year in an under-resourced school. Whether she’s starting a food truck or establishing her own corporation, Halle aims to put both her degree and her skill set to use in the most creative and opportunistic ways possible.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx