I was first introduced to TED Talks back in 2008 when a friend told me I had to watch a lecture about a brain scientist’s experience having a stroke. That speech was from Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, and to this day it remains one of the most powerful true stories I have ever heard. Since then, TED has grown into a global phenomenon — not only changing the lives of the audience, but especially changing the lives of the speakers themselves. In a brand new feature profile for 60 Minutes, Charlie Rose explores the rise of TED Talks and how it became a global phenomenon. You can watch the entire report above, and see more featurettes by visiting 60Minutes.com.