How to Be a Better Human
Author: TED and PRXSubscribed: 71,889Played: 570,463
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 popular series of the same name on TED’s Ideas blog, How to Be a Better Human will help you become a better person from the comfort of your own headphones.
Stephen Satterfield wants his meals to match his ideals
Julissa Arce on why success isn’t worth her assimilation
Why Kim Scott thinks you need to ask for feedback
Cord Jefferson's creativity is fueled by mental health
Anne Helen Petersen on changing your relationship to work and the guardrails that can prevent burnout
Why love –and therapy– means going in a direction you don’t yet know (w/ Dr. Orna Guralnik)
Jody Avirgan learned everything from sports
Andrew Marantz doesn’t want you to give up on the internet
The science of happiness (w/ Laurie Santos)
How to care for the people who take care of us (w/ Ai-jen Poo)
There is no “grief starter pack” (w/ Michael Cruz Kayne)
How to answer your biggest questions—with data (w/ Mona Chalabi)
How to take charge of your money (w/ Wendy De La Rosa)
How labor unions create worker power (w/ Margaret Levi)
How to stand up for what you believe in (w/ Luvvie Ajayi Jones)
How to tell your authentic story (with Noor Tagouri)
this podcast is absolutely superb as well as replete with invaluable orginalities
amazing is it ?
Very inspiring <3
far too many ads
it helped me sooo much🤩 thank youu
Heard this was a favorite by listeners, and now know why Enlightening and heartfelt Perhaps it'll take time to find that special someone, but it's more important that that person feels special to you and vise versa Commitment is key, and from there stems respect, and ultimately, love
Heart-warming and inspiring This's also a personal belief, that we all have an influence, an impact, regardless of how we view ourselves. Our very existence dictates it Happy they made up and look forward to working with each other + build a more authentic and understanding bond 👏
Regarding that guest, George...being a relationship "expert" doesn't give you the right to define love for other people and tell them how they should be choosing a partner 🙄 it's a bit pretentious to think that he can just generalize those two things for every person on the planet. His advice isn't that good either. Bad guest.
"That kind of language hurts people" - so obvious but powerful. Great podcast, thank you so much ❤️
"You don't want to make someone think it's undiscussable" That's absolutely true, I've let what I interpret as someone else wanting to stop the topic guide my reactions without even asking how they feel. I was probably wrong.
A statement and a question does not make it a long question. They're two different types of question not two different lengths.
I like the host better than Celeste in regards to empathy. Sharing your own experience, when done appropriately, expands both total understanding and the comprehension of the both parties. Even if your suggestions or experience is not directly useful, the participants become more creative. 9.5/10 I have assisted in the other person opening their mind and understanding their heart. It doesn't matter if their solution is the opposite of yours as long as you got them thinking instead of being completely overwhelmed with emotions or confusion.
lmao this trash podcast spends like 1/4 to 1/2 of their episodes on commercials. thankful for the fast forward button. not ideal if you are hands free.
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🤣🤦🏽♂️ zen priest
Having high inflation nowadays, even vegetables are too expensive. It is not a kind of poor people food. 😂
nothing quite as awful as recycled episodes... lame
she identifies as they/them...makes sense why she is so contradictory and unoriginal...