There are various lists of the most memorable TED Talks of all time, depending on different criteria such as popularity, impact, and relevance. Some of the Talks that are consistently mentioned and praised across these lists include:
Sir Ken Robinson - "Do schools kill creativity?"
Amy Cuddy - "Your body language may shape who you are"
Simon Sinek - "How great leaders inspire action"
Brené Brown - "The power of vulnerability"
Elizabeth Gilbert - "Your elusive creative genius"
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - "The danger of a single story"
Jill Bolte Taylor - "My stroke of insight"
Hans Rosling - "The best stats you've ever seen"
Dan Pink - "The puzzle of motivation"
Richard Dawkins - "Why the universe seems so strange"
These Talks are notable for their engaging speakers, powerful messages, and unique perspectives, and they have attracted millions of views and accolades from audiences worldwide.