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Change Your Breath, Change Your Life: Lucas Rockwood (Transcript)

Here is the full text of yoga teacher Lucas Rockwood’s talk titled “Change Your Breath, Change Your Life” at TEDxBarcelona conference. In his talk, Lucas breaks down the fundamentals of yoga breathing in a way that you can easily remember and apply to your practice. Lucas Rockwood – TEDx Talk TRANSCRIPT So what if I …

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Using Mindfulness to Deal with Everyday Pressures: Regina Chow Trammel (Transcript)

Here is the full text of Dr. Regina Chow Trammel’s talk titled “Using Mindfulness to Deal with Everyday Pressures” at TEDxAzusaPacificUniversity conference. In this informative talk, Dr. Regina explores how the ancient practices of mindfulness can enable all of us to transcend the pressures of life. Regina Chow Trammel – TEDx Talk TRANSCRIPT As a …

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Krista Tippett: The Art of Generous Listening (Full Transcript)

Full text of Krista Tippett: The Art of Generous Listening @ Talks at Google conference Moderator: Danielle Krettek – Google Empathy Lab Krista Tippett: Journalist, Author, & Entrepreneur   DANIELLE KRETTEK: Krista Tippett is here with us today, which is just absolutely amazing. I’ll read a little bit about her first. And then we will …

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Why Nations Should Pursue “Soft” Power: Shashi Tharoor (Transcript)

Shashi Tharoor – TED Talk TRANSCRIPT As an Indian, and now as a politician and a government minister, I’ve become rather concerned about the hype we’re hearing about our own country, all this talk about India becoming a world leader, even the next superpower. In fact, the American publishers of my book, “The Elephant, The …

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The Myth of Loki And The Master Builder by Alex Gendler (Transcript)

TED-Ed Lesson TRANSCRIPT Asgard, a realm of wonders, was where the Norse Gods made their home. There Odin’s great hall of Valhalla towered above the mountains and Bifrost, the rainbow bridge, anchored itself. But though their domain was magnificent, it stood undefended from the giants and trolls of Jotunheim, who despised the gods and sought …

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Krista Tippett: Reconnecting With Compassion (Transcript)

In this talk titled “Reconnecting With Compassion”, journalist Krista Tippett deconstructs the meaning of compassion through several moving stories, and proposes a new, more attainable definition for the word. Krista Tippett – TED Talk TRANSCRIPT We’re here to celebrate compassion. But compassion, from my vantage point, has a problem. As essential as it is across …

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How to Stop Your Thoughts from Controlling Your Life: Albert Hobohm (Transcript)

Following is the full text of philosopher Albert Hobohm’s talk titled “How to stop your thoughts from controlling your life” at TEDxKTH conference. In this talk, Hobohm shows us our critical situation as a species and how to start taking control over our mental operating systems. Albert Hobohm – Entrepreneur & Philosopher How many of …

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Why Are Many Doctors Scared of Transgender Patients? By Kristie Overstreet (Transcript)

Here is the full text of transgender care expert Kristie Overstreet’s talk titled “Why Are Many Doctors Scared of Transgender Patients?” at TEDxLivoniaCCLibrary conference. Kristie Overstreet – Transgender care expert About six months into my career as a therapist, I was working at a drug and alcohol rehab facility. I got a call from one …

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How Generational Stereotypes Hold Us Back At Work: Leah Georges (Transcript)

Leah Georges – Social psychologist So, for the first time in America’s modern history, we have five generations interacting at work. The veterans, born between 1922 and 1943, are known as the Greatest Generation, the matures, the silents. They’re known for their self-sacrifice, respect for authority and work as its own reward. The Boomers came …

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