What's Your "Why" in Life? 2020-06-18 03:00:00 Our guest asks big questions designed to help teens and adults find more meaning and purpose in their lives.
What's Your 'Why' in Life? 2020-06-18 03:00:00 Our guest asks big questions designed to help teens and adults find more meaning and purpose in their lives.
From Othering to Belonging 2020-06-11 03:00:00 We speak with john a. powell, director of the Othering & Belonging Institute, about racial justice, well-being, and widening our circles of human connection and concern.
On Othering to Belonging 2020-06-11 03:00:00 We speak with john a. powell, director of the Othering & Belonging Institute, about racial justice, well-being, and widening our circles of human connection and concern.
Taking Small Steps Toward Big Goals 2020-06-04 03:00:00 When our world is turned upside down, how do we keep moving forward? Our guest, award-winning author Christine Day, sets a new path for herself.
Who Would You Be Without Them? 2020-03-12 03:00:00 Think of an important person in your life. Now imagine you never met. Our guest practices counting his blessings by picturing his life without a special person from his past.
Step Away from Anxiety 2020-02-27 03:00:00 Do you have a hard time calming your nerves? Author Raina Telgemeier tries a practice to get out of her head, one step at a time.
Kai Koerber 2020-02-13 03:00:00 He survived the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, two years ago and has been a student mental health advocate ever since. Now Kai Koerber finds a way to thank the person who helped him find his voice.
Who Is Your Rock? 2020-02-13 03:00:00 He survived the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, two years ago and has been a student mental health advocate ever since. Now Kai Koerber finds a way to thank the person who helped him find his voice.
What Does It Take To Really Listen To Someone? 2020-01-30 03:00:00 Are you actually listening when someone is talking to you, or just waiting for your turn to talk? Our guest, a veteran of the Iraq War, practices how to truly listen to others.
Why Shared Goals Can Bridge Divides 2020-01-16 03:00:00 How can people from different groups get on the same page? Our guest, an educator and football coach, tries a strategy for building stronger, more inclusive teams.
How To Make Time for Happiness 2020-01-02 03:00:00 Her New Year's resolution was to have more joyful and fulfilling experiences in her daily life. Our guest tried a practice to help make that happen.
How To Get Your Senses Tingling 2019-12-19 03:00:00 There are millions of YouTube channels with people crinkling bubble wrap or whispering about folding laundry. Our guests talks about why autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) makes her, and many others, feel more calm and happy.
How To Be Less Hard on Yourself 2019-12-05 03:00:00 Do you beat yourself up over every mistake? A high school senior tries to be kinder to himself during an especially stressful time.
Listen Again: The Biology Of Sex Original broadcast date: May 8, 2020. Many of us were taught biological sex is a question of female or male, XX or XY ... but it's far more complicated. This hour, TED speakers explore what determines our sex. Guests on the show include artist Emily Quinn, journalist Molly Webster, neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi, and structural biologist Karissa Sanbonmatsu.
#569 Facing Fear What do you fear? I mean really fear? Well, ok, maybe right now that's tough. We're living in a new age and definition of fear. But what do we do about it? Eva Holland has faced her fears, including trauma and phobia. She lived to tell the tale and write a book: "Nerve: Adventures in the Science of Fear".
The Wubi Effect When we think of China today, we think of a technological superpower. From Huweai and 5G to TikTok and viral social media, China is stride for stride with the United States in the world of computing. However, China's technological renaissance almost didn't happen. And for one very basic reason: The Chinese language, with its 70,000 plus characters, couldn't fit on a keyboard.
Today, we tell the story of Professor Wang Yongmin, a hard headed computer programmer who solved this puzzle and laid the foundation for the China we know today.
This episode was reported and produced by Simon Adler with reporting assistance from Yang Yang.
Special thanks to Martin Howard. You can view his renowned collection of typewriters at: antiquetypewriters.com
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