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What does exercise do to your brain? Can psychedelics treat depression? From smart daily habits to new medical breakthroughs, welcome to TED Health. TED speakers answer questions you never even knew you had, and share ideas you won't hear anywhere else, all around how we can live healthier lives.
 
This Moved Me is a podcast on the art of public speaking for entrepreneurs and changemakers who want to move the world with their talks. Through casual conversation with famous TED speakers to undiscovered talent, This Moved Me shares stories, insights and challenges from speakers who understand both the "art" and the "science" of what makes an impactful talk. We end each episode with a THIS MOVED ME moment - sharing some of the creative resources that inspire and inform our work as speakers ...
 
Do you care about the environment but feel "I want to act but if no one else does it won't make a difference" and "But if you don't solve everything it isn't worth doing anything"? We are the antidote! You're not alone. Hearing role models overcome the same feelings to enjoy acting on their values creates meaning, purpose, community, and emotional reward. Want to improve as a leader? Bestselling author, 3-time TEDx speaker, leadership speaker, coach, and professor Joshua Spodek, PhD MBA, bri ...
 
From IVY: The Lifelong University, comes The IVY Podcast —Supercharge Your Life & Career with the Leading Minds of Our Time to Elevate Your Leadership, Performance & Wellbeing. The IVY Podcast is your hub for key learnings from diverse minds specifically curated for entrepreneurs and creative professionals no matter what career level. New episodes every week. For more information about the IVY community, and getting your leadership involved, visit www.IVY.com.
 
Inspiring, motivating discussions on getting #EverBetter every day with people who live extraordinary lives. Guests from diverse backgrounds share stories of navigating life’s twists and turns and coming out on top! Optimism, persistence, infectious energy and a drive for continuous improvement shine through in each candid conversation. Lisa’s guests are entrepreneurs, authors, community-builders, doctors, life coaches, Pilates instructors, TED speakers, women farmers, Congresswomen, moms an ...
 
Challenging #ParadigmX is all about challenging the status quo. I'm a TEDx speaker and I interview fellow TED / TEDx speakers as well as people who could potentially be. My guests usually work on mind-bending projects or challenge the current paradigms. So if you like TED / TEDx you will love this show. You will find out who about the background of my guests, what drives them, and how they contribute to humanity through their work. Some of them share controversial opinions - a common trait f ...
 
Join How to Be a Better Human as we take a look within and beyond ourselves. How to Be a Better Human isn’t your average self improvement podcast. Each week join comedian Chris Duffy in conversation with guests and past speakers as they uncover sharp insights and give clear takeaways on how YOU can be a better human. From your work to your home and your head to your heart, How to Be a Better Human looks in unexpected places for new ways to improve and show up for one another. Inspired by the ...
 
Gagan Singh from SmartPublicSpeaker blog reveals Public Speaking tips and tricks to help you resonate with your audience. Overcoming your fear of public speaking, delivering Ted Talks, conference, meetings and interviews. Being a President of a top club in London Gagan has worked with 100's of professional within Toastmasters organisation and is now a YouTuber, Podcaster and immediate past president of a Tostmasters club in Hammersmith London. This show discusses the art of public speaking a ...
 
Live @ Forty5 is new for Northumberland. Based on the popular TED talks concept, we are organising a series of monthly mini-lectures in Northumberland to inspire, educate and entertain. WHEN? The third Thursday of every month, 8-9pm WHERE? Gallery 45, Felton, Northumberland. HOW? (much) £5 per person to included tea and coffee! Our first speakers have already been lined up and they have a wealth of knowledge and stories from all walks of life. Some will be educational, some will be humorous ...
 
Welcome to The Dylan Kohlstadt Show, where we chat with inspiring people, learning how to #begreat, from marketing, social media and especially entrepreneurship, let's learn and grow together. Don't be good, be GREAT!Let's Connect! Live life with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dylankohlstadt . Be inspired with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dylan-kohlstädt Chat to me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dylankohlstadt Follow me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/dylanko ...
 
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Jonathan and I have a good rapport. We joke around. I love his expressiveness as an artist. I think he values stewardship more than he's behaved so far in life, so I hear him enjoying aligning his behavior with his values. In this episode we review his leading his kids and wife in The Spodek Method from last time. You'll hear touching family intera…
 
Today on the show, we are talking with Kathy Young, a super talented copywriter with Rekindle Communications. And I wanted to bring her on the show to talk about what makes a compelling and highy-converting speaker page. What does it take? We dig into it together! You can also download a checklist of what you need on your speaker page at bemoved.co…
 
I’ve taught a half-dozen people the technique I use in this podcast---the hosts of the other branches of the This Sustainable Life podcast. They started calling it The Spodek Method, so now I do too. It's enabled me to reach amazing people, many of global renown, who enjoy the experience. It doesn't alone solve all the world's problems, but it work…
 
Jon is famous for bringing people together and creating community, see the New York Times article on him below. He invited me to a few of his events before the pandemic and they lived up to the reputation. His latest book, You're Invited: The Art and Science of Cultivating Influence comes out the day I'm posting this conversation, May 11. We talk a…
 
The cells in your body are like computer software: they're "programmed" to carry out specific functions at specific times. If we can better understand this process, we could unlock the ability to reprogram cells ourselves, says computational biologist Sara-Jane Dunn. In a talk from the cutting-edge of science, she explains how her team is studying …
 
After scrolling through your social media feeds, how do you feel? Empowered and connected -- anxious, or exhausted? When stand up, actor, and writer Aparna Nancherla was just starting out, her jokes on Twitter got her recognition in a way that traditional comedy clubs probably could never have. But having built a comedy career for herself, in large…
 
This episode is really two. Remember that he started art late in life, so the first two-thirds talks about art. Also his experience with his kids and family picking up trash. You'll enjoy hearing his and his family's joy doing it. I imagine you'll also feel sober about his unpleasant surprise at how much trash there was to pick up. I hope you'll fe…
 
Today on the show we're looking at the science of confidence with biologist, keynote speaker - and the hilarious and delightful - Rebecca Heiss! In other words - how do we create and discover our own self-confidence? How do we trick our brain into taking risks? And how do we develop that magic sparkle that audiences are just hungry for? Well - take…
 
For intersex people -- those born with sex characteristics outside the traditional definitions of female and male -- the stakes to appear "normal" are high. Drawing on her personal experience, Susannah Temko reveals the shame, prejudice and harm faced by the intersex community, as they're forced to conform to a binary understanding of sex that ulti…
 
Can money really buy happiness? Michael Norton is a social science researcher who studies how we feel about our spending decisions. His work explores questions like: What’s the best way to spend your cash? How much should you donate to charity? Do credit cards make us unhappy? In this episode, Michael shares the sometimes-surprising findings that c…
 
Our world values cheap and disposable---in food and doof packaging, furniture, cars, and near the top of the list, clothes, especially fast fashion. The world is paying for it in the sense of overfilled landfills, plastic disrupting endocrine systems of animals including us, oil wells everywhere, garbage patches in the ocean, and so on. I see us pa…
 
Emcee Dan Ram has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the world, including Barack Obama. In this conversation, Sally and Dan talk about the art of the emcee (and how important it is!) — and the essential elements required to create trust, and a seamless experience for the audience.Door speaker coach Sally Z of BeMoved
 
Today’s guest, Richard Rothstein, is one of the experts on how the law has clearly and explicitly kept freedom, prosperity, longevity, opportunity, and more from people based on their skin color. This is no hard-to-believe conspiracy, tenuous claim, or cancel culture labeling. He shows laws in black and white the law says you can’t rent to blacks. …
 
After a terminal cancer diagnosis upended 12 years of remission, all Elaine Fong's mother wanted was a peaceful end of life. What she received instead became a fight for the right to decide when. Fong shares the heart-rending journey to honor her mother's choice for a death with dignity -- and reflects on the need to explore our relationship to dyi…
 
What's the Earth's carrying capacity? If we're above it and we choose to lower it, what happens to the economy? I've wondered these questions. I know the mainstream view gets it wrong because humans have lived sustainably. Their models say it's impossible, so they're wrong. They must be missing something, at least. Rapid population growth leads to …
 
In life and work, we have a hard time changing course. When we wind up in a miserable job, a failing project, or a floundering romantic relationship, we rationalize, make excuses, and stick with our bad decisions—even when the writing's on the wall. Why? Usually we assume the driving force is sunk costs: we don't want to admit we've wasted that tim…
 
Between 2006 and 2016, the number of drug patents granted in the United States doubled -- but not because there was an explosion in invention or innovation. Drug companies have learned how to game the system, accumulating patents not for new medicines but for small changes to existing ones, which allows them to build monopolies, block competition a…
 
Today what’s moving me is the idea that we’re never going to be done with virtual… and that this weird relationship we have with Zoom (and the like!) will continue. And YES - last week we were dreaming about getting back out on stage!... and we WILL! But today we're focusing on what really makes virtual speaking work. Enter Lea Pica! Lea is a Data …
 
Sometimes it feels like fighting climate change is all about dealing with the many little things we as individuals are doing wrong (hello single-use coffee cups, plastic bags, and eating dairy). While these bad habits are important to address, are we losing focus on the bigger picture? Luisa Neubauer draws on her experience at the front lines of ac…
 
Started thinking of book when I worked on initiative but put in background, expecting podcast to improve That's been the case. Started getting serious about a year ago. You may have noticed a lot of guests with backgrounds in abolition: Eric Metaxas, Adam Hochschild, Manisha Sinha, Andres Resendez, Richard Rothstein (more on racial injustice) That'…
 
I saw a TEDx talk on population where the speaker spoke thoughtfully and persuasively on overpopulation. I consider the topic among the most important on the environment, yet nearly no one talks about it, so I had to find out who she was and invite her to the podcast. She turned out to be a huge celebrity. Most people who talk about population are …
 
Many of the symptoms of menopause -- hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, memory lapses, depression and anxiety -- start in the brain. How exactly does menopause impact cognitive health? Sharing groundbreaking findings from her research, neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi reveals how decreasing hormonal levels affect brain aging -- and shares simple lifes…
 
How did you sleep last night? Whether you sleep next to someone or not, in today’s episode Wendy Troxel offers tips on how to catch better z’s. Wendy is a Senior Behavioral and Social Scientist at RAND who explores how sleep affects our relationships, well-being and society at large. As a licensed clinical psychologist, she specializes in behaviora…
 
Though I haven't actively practiced physics since defending my thesis in 1999, it felt great to talk science with the author of a book named one of the best non-fiction books of all time. The conversation stayed where nonscientists could understand, but we spoke, I think, how physicists do, though I'm out of practice. We talked about values, the di…
 
Over a century ago, one part of our DNA got labelled the "sex chromosomes." Science journalist and Radiolab producer Molly Webster explains the consequences of that oversimplification. This is an excerpt from the TED Radio Hour episode The Biology of Sex. To listen to the whole episode, and to browse many other episodes from the podcast, find the T…
 
Do you volunteer in your community? Don’t feel bad if the answer is no. Whether you are currently involved in a cause or not, you probably have some mental image of what it means to be a volunteer. Doniece Sandoval has been doing transformative work for years, most recently as the founder of Lava MaeX, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that began by …
 
Countless poets and writers have tried to put words to the experience of a panic attack— a sensation so overwhelming, many people mistake it for a heart attack, stroke, or other life-threatening crisis. Studies suggest that almost a third of us will experience at least one panic attack in our lives. So what exactly is a panic attack, and can we pre…
 
Today on the show you’re going to hear from David Meerman Scott - the author of a BUNCH of books - as well as a global keynote speaker - having spoken on the biggest stages and the biggest conferences. David’s sharing with us strategies around building FANS - not just clients. And as speakers - one of the things we’re focused on is building an audi…
 
Humans need to have conversations every day-- at our jobs, in our homes, in government-- so how can we handle these better? Celeste Headlee is an award winning journalist who has done everything from anchoring morning news on public radio to covering presidential campaigns. In this episode, Celeste shares practical tips for anyone looking to improv…
 
How do you face challenges? Not little ones like a pandemic lockdown for a year. Big ones. Regular listeners hear me talk about role models like Viktor Frankl and Nelson Mandela in the context of handling life challenges. During the pandemic, for example, I recognize there was suffering before, there will be suffering after, and there's suffering n…
 
What if we could use biology to restore our balance with nature without giving up modern creature comforts? Advocating for a new kind of environmentalism, scientist and entrepreneur Emily Leproust rethinks modern sustainability at the molecular level, using synthetic biology to create green alternatives. From lab-developed insulin and disease-resis…
 
Today on the show we’re going to look at 5 signs that you’re ready for a signature talk in your business. After working with speakers for 20+ years - what I can tell you is that not EVERYONE is ready for a signature talk… but if you’re experiencing any of these 5 things, a signature talk will make a significant difference for you! If you’re listeni…
 
Families can be the cause of both great happiness and deep struggle. In today’s episode, Glen shares how he uses humor and empathy to redefine fatherhood, equip parents, and inspire children. Glen Henry is a musician, writer, and content creator, who believes documenting and sharing the ups --and downs-- of family life can help everyone feel less a…
 
Your blood contains PFOA, also known as forever chemicals. They cause cancer of several types, birth defects, and more. Dupont and other companies produced this stuff after learning it caused harm and dumped it into our environment. As best we can tell, they chose enormous profits over the health of their employees at first, and eventually all Amer…
 
Kathryn Garcia, candidate for Mayor of New York City joined. No matter where you live, the mayor here matters. Many national trends in politics, business, culture, education, sports, and more start here. Our output in entertainment, culture, but also pollution and population affect the U.S. and world. I wanted to treat two issues: sustainability an…
 
Difficult emotions can get under your skin if you're not careful. Sport and performance consultant Jessica Woods calls this the "jumping cholla effect," inspired by a sneaky kind of cactus that detaches and burrows its spines into unsuspecting passersby. In this empowering talk, she shares four mood-regulating strategies to help you gain self-aware…
 
I noticed a trend among podcast guests that the people who have already acted the most on sustainability find new things fastest. By contrast, people who do less say they're already doing all they can, or at least all they can think of. That's backward, or would be if you thought there were a limited number of things you could do. The so-called exp…
 
Yes, there’s a PATH to 5-figure speaking opportunities - and it could be mere months away… So - if you’ve hit the revenue ceiling in your business - or are simply tired of the runaround of the 1:1 coaching model (I hear you!!)... speaking offers a super powerful way to move out of that cycle of overwhelm while building a more profitable arm in your…
 
Sex is such a big part of being human. It's how our species persists, but it's also so much more than that. So why do we feel so uncomfortable talking about it? Emily Nagoski is a sex educator who argues that learning how to talk openly about sex — and unlearning some damaging misconceptions— can give you access to a more authentic and fulfilling s…
 
We got into territory I'd wanted to talk to a religious scholar about. I would have expected being recorded would make us more tentative, but I found the opposite. I didn't keep track, but several times I said feel free not to answer. Instead he answered more, sharing what he'd thought and researched about in depth. We cover Joseph, Isaac, the Arch…
 
In ancient Greece, the best-known remedy for a long-standing headache was to drill a small hole in the skull to drain supposedly infected blood. Fortunately, doctors today don't resort to power tools to cure headaches, but we still have a lot to learn about this ancient ailment. Dan Kwartler shares what we know (and don't know) about headaches. [Di…
 
“What am I doing with my life? Where am I going?” During this isolated time, many of us are having to readjust our identities because our visions for what life was supposed to look like completely shifted -- and so perhaps has the locus of our self-worth. Dr. Meag-gan O'Reilly is a licensed Staff Psychologist at Stanford University's Counseling and…
 
One of the biggest reasons people come to me is that they are holding two truths up in front of themselves… 1) THEY KNOW SPEAKING IS POWERFUL AND A NEEDED PART OF THEIR BUSINESS…and: 2) they RESENT it in some way… (And yes - both can be true!) They resent how it takes over their life before a big opportunity, and the panic/stress that seems to come…
 
Do you know anyone whose company pollutes more than they'd like, who wants to change things, but whose company keeps not acting? I think that situation describes almost everyone. Even the most sustainably companies aren't close to sustainable. They just pollute a bit less than everyone else, from Patagonia to Greenpeace. Maybe it describes you. May…
 
Here are my notes I read from for this episode ------ It hit me recently that nearly nobody knows what's so bad about climate change. I've started asking people and nobody knows. Actually, of the dozens I've asked, one knew, though it took prompting for her to say it. Everyone gets sea level rise, biodiversity, loss of coral reefs. I'll grant we ha…
 
Today what’s moving me is the difference between being a topic expert… and where we really want to be - which is a thought leader. Nothing wrong with being an expert - that’s an important and powerful place to START our work… but expertise alone doesn’t help you build towards RECOGNITION, AUTHORITY, AND IMPACT And if you leverage speaking in the ri…
 
Today we're sharing another podcast from TED: TEDx SHORTS. Chief Medical Officer of Moderna Tal Zaks offers a look into the future of personalized medicine and how tailored vaccines might someday be used in the fight against cancer. This talk was filmed at TEDxBeaconStreet. All TEDx events are organized independently by volunteers in the spirit of …
 
Many of us are spending the majority of our time confined to our homes and becoming aware of how the space we're in can affect our well-being. Design expert David Korins has made countless spaces come alive-- from corporate offices and Lady Gaga concerts to Broadway hits like Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen. In this episode, he offers insights on how…
 
Longtime listeners and readers of my books and podcast know I draw the analogy to learning and mastering a skill to learning to play piano or a sport. You start by playing scales or practicing groundstrokes. Likewise with leadership or taking initiative, acting entrepreneurially, both performance arts you can master. Also acting in stewardship. Peo…
 
I learned of John's work through his statement at Macmillan's Sustainability page while researching Ray Anderson: In 2009, after reading Ray Anderson’s “Confessions of a Radical Industrialist,” I decided it was Macmillan’s responsibility to lessen our impact on the earth, and in particular, to lower our carbon emissions. We created a senior positio…
 
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