Reshma Saujani has a vision of a world in which girls are taught to take risks, embrace failure, and, as a result, change the world with their brilliance. In this TED talk, she shares how she learned to be brave and imperfect herself, and how teaching other girls to do the same will benefit everyone. Saujani is the founder of Girls Who Code, which teaches more than 40,000 young girls across the United States how to explore and be comfortable with imperfections so that they, too, can contribute their light to the world.


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  • Learn more about closing the gender gap in technology from Girls who Code
  • Watch how some brave women turned their pain into compassion in this documentary, Beyond Belief.
  • Next time you have a choice between giving up or trying again, consider giving yourself permission to fail and pushing forward with bravery.

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