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🙍🏽♀️ = for you 👨👩👧👦 = for families 👥 = for couples 💣= Explicit Language
🙍🏽♀ The Next Big Idea | Let’s Be Reasonable (67 min)
Listen to this talk about consciousness, free will, morality, and people’s stubborn insistence on being irrational.
“How you respond to setbacks is what defines your character, says Stacey Abrams, the first black woman in the history of the United States to be nominated by a major party for governor. In an electrifying talk, she shares the lessons she learned from her campaign for governor of Georgia — and some advice on how to change the world.”
“Hal Elrod, creator and author of The Miracle Morning, kicks off the week as he encourages you to master your mornings.”
👨👩👧👦 Kwik Brain | My 10 Favorite Brain Foods (11 min)
“You are what you eat – so how can you have an amazing brain? In this episode, I share the top 10 brain foods I eat every day (with recipes!) – and how to remember them without writing them down.”
“In this episode of No Stupid Questions — a Freakonomics Radio Network show launched earlier this year — Stephen Dubner and Angela Duckworth debate why we watch, read, and eat familiar things during a crisis, and if it might in fact be better to try new things instead. Also: is a little knowledge truly as dangerous as they say?”
🙍🏽♀ 99% Invisible | The Great Indoors (28 min)
“Chances are you’ve been spending a lot of time at home since March, and it’s starting to feel a little claustrophobic. But if you think about it … were you actually going outside all that much before the pandemic?”
👨👩👧👦 Million Bazillion | Saving Money is really hard to do (21 min)
“We’ll sit down with some experts, do some mythbusting around saving and hear from a young Dollar Scholar who’s got a unique way of keeping track of her savings. Plus, singer Natasha Bedingfield’s got a cheeky idea for a twist on the piggy bank.”
“Here are seven ways to help your child manage their anxiety — or reclaim their superpowers.”