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  1. The true cost of financial dependence | Estelle Gibson2020/06/01
    Giving up control of your finances -- voluntarily or otherwise -- can leave you powerless and, in some cases, confined to a cycle of abuse. In this personal talk, accountant Estelle Gibson shares her own story of recovering from financial dependence and provides actionable advice to empower others who desire the freedom that comes with being responsible for your own money.
  2. My story of love and loss as a transracial adoptee | Sara Jones2020/05/30
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  3. Let's make the world wild again | Kristine Tompkins2020/05/29
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  4. Autofocusing reading glasses of the future | Nitish Padmanaban2020/05/28
    As you age, you gradually lose the ability to refocus your eyes -- a phenomenon as old as humanity itself -- leading to a reliance on bifocals, contacts and procedures like LASIK surgery. Electrical engineer Nitish Padmanaban offers a glimpse of cutting-edge tech that's truly a sight for sore eyes: dynamic, autofocusing lenses that track your sight and adjust to what you see, both near and far.
  5. The secret weapon against pandemics | Georges C. Benjamin2020/05/27
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  6. A COVID-19 "exit" strategy to end lockdown and reopen the economy | Uri Alon2020/05/26
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  7. 10 ways to have a better conversation | Celeste Headlee2020/05/25
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  8. How the US can address the tragedy of veteran suicide | Charles P. Smith2020/05/22
    Veterans in the United States take their own lives at an alarming rate. Suggesting new ways to prioritize mental health in the military, veterans advocate Charles P. Smith offers a data-driven plan to help prevent suicide and ensure service members get proper care before, during and after active duty.
  9. The real reason you procrastinate | WorkLife with Adam Grant2020/05/21
    You procrastinate because you're lazy, right? Wrong. The truth is more complex -- and far more interesting. Learn how to stop putting off important tasks ... with a little help from master procrastinator Margaret Atwood. (Audio only)
  10. Are we interrupting the kinky sex lives of fish? | Marah J. Hardt2020/05/20
    The ocean plays host to a peculiar party of wild, marine sex life that's perhaps quirkier (and kinkier) than you can fathom. But is human behavior interrupting these raunchy reproductive acts? Take a deep dive with marine biologist Marah J. Hardt to discover what exactly goes down under the sea -- and why your own wellness depends on the healthy sex lives of fish.
  11. Can we edit memories? | Amy Milton2020/05/19
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  12. To overcome challenges, stop comparing yourself to others | Dean Furness2020/05/18
    When you stop comparing yourself to others, you can accomplish great things, says wheelchair athlete Dean Furness. He shares how, after losing the use of his legs in an accident, he discovered a powerful new mindset focused on redefining his "personal average" and getting better little by little.
  13. Why students should have mental health days | Hailey Hardcastle2020/05/15
    School can be rife with stress, anxiety, panic attacks and even burnout -- but there's often no formal policy for students who need to prioritize their well-being. Hailey Hardcastle explains why schools should offer mental health days and allow students time to practice emotional hygiene without stigma. Follow along to learn how she and a team of fellow teens transformed their advocacy into law.
  14. Restoring human dignity at the US southern border | Norma Pimentel2020/05/14
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  15. An ER doctor on triaging your "crazy busy" life | Darria Long2020/05/13
    How do doctors in the emergency room stay calm and focused amidst the chaos? Drawing on years of experience, ER doctor Darria Long shares a straightforward framework to help you take back control and feel less overwhelmed when life starts to get "crazy busy."
  16. The US is addicted to incarceration. Here's how to break the cycle | Robin Steinberg and Manoush Zomorodi2020/05/12
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  17. A virus detection network to stop the next pandemic | Pardis Sabeti and Christian Happi2020/05/11
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  18. The mental health benefits of storytelling for health care workers | Laurel Braitman2020/05/09
    Health care workers are under more stress than ever before. How can they protect their mental health while handling new and complex pressures? TED Fellow Laurel Braitman shows how writing and sharing personal stories helps physicians, nurses, medical students and other health professionals connect more meaningfully with themselves and others -- and make their emotional well-being a priority.
  19. How American and Chinese values shaped the coronavirus response | Huang Hung2020/05/08
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  20. What you need to know about face surveillance | Kade Crockford2020/05/07
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  21. The cost of work stress -- and how to reduce it | Rob Cooke2020/05/06
    By some estimates, work-related stress drains the US economy of nearly 300 billion dollars a year -- and it can hurt your productivity and personal health too, says wellness advocate Rob Cooke. He shares some strategies to help put your mental, physical and emotional well-being back at the forefront.
  22. How we're using AI to discover new antibiotics | Jim Collins2020/05/05
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  23. The anti-CEO playbook | Hamdi Ulukaya2020/05/04
    Profit, money, shareholders: these are the priorities of most companies today. But at what cost? In an appeal to corporate leaders worldwide, Chobani founder Hamdi Ulukaya calls for an end to the business playbook of the past -- and shares his vision for a new, "anti-CEO playbook" that prioritizes people over profits. "This is the difference between profit and true wealth," he says.
  24. How boredom can lead to your most brilliant ideas | Manoush Zomorodi2020/05/01
    Do you sometimes have your most creative ideas while folding laundry, washing dishes or doing nothing in particular? It's because when your body goes on autopilot, your brain gets busy forming new neural connections that connect ideas and solve problems. Learn to love being bored as Manoush Zomorodi explains the connection between spacing out and creativity.
  25. Who are you, really? The puzzle of personality | Brian Little2020/04/30
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  26. How to overcome apathy and find your power | Dolores Huerta2020/04/29
    "Sí, se puede!" -- "Yes, we can!" It's the rallying cry Dolores Huerta came up with as a young activist in the 1970s, and she's lived by it in her tireless pursuit of civil rights ever since. With her signature wit and humor, Huerta reflects on her life's work, offering inspiration for anybody trying to overcome apathy, get involved and find their own power.
  27. The injustice of "policing for profit" -- and how to end it | Dick M. Carpenter II2020/04/28
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  28. Crisis support for the world, one text away | Nancy Lublin2020/04/27
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  29. A global pandemic calls for global solutions | Larry Brilliant2020/04/24
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  30. How to shift your mindset and choose your future | Tom Rivett-Carnac2020/04/23
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  31. An ode to living on Earth | Oliver Jeffers2020/04/22
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  32. What's missing from the American immigrant narrative | Elizabeth Camarillo Gutierrez2020/04/21
    Recounting her story of finding opportunity and stability in the US, Elizabeth Camarillo Gutierrez examines the flaws in narratives that simplify and idealize the immigrant experience -- and shares hard-earned wisdom on the best way to help those around us. "Our world is one that flourishes when different voices come together," she says.
  33. An evolutionary perspective on human health and disease | Lara Durgavich2020/04/20
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  34. How to co-parent as allies, not adversaries | Ebony Roberts and Shaka Senghor2020/04/17
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  35. Racism has a cost for everyone | Heather C. McGhee2020/04/16
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  36. Regain control in an unpredictable world | Checking In with Susan David2020/04/15
    Many of us are feeling stuck right now, forced to adapt to a world that we have little control over. But if we focus too much on these uncontrollable aspects of our lives, we greatly increase our suffering. Learn why our routines and habits are so important to our wellbeing -- and how there are ways we can exercise control even when every day feels unpredictable. (Audio only)
  37. A history of Indigenous languages -- and how to revitalize them | Lindsay Morcom2020/04/14
    Indigenous languages across North America are under threat of extinction due to the colonial legacy of cultural erasure, says linguist Lindsay Morcom. Highlighting grassroots strategies developed by the Anishinaabe people of Canada to revive their language and community, Morcom makes a passionate case for enacting policies that could protect Indigenous heritage for generations to come.
  38. Why sleep matters now more than ever | Matt Walker2020/04/13
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  39. A monkey economy as irrational as ours | Laurie Santos2020/04/10
    Laurie Santos looks for the roots of human irrationality by watching the way our primate relatives make decisions. A clever series of experiments in "monkeynomics" shows that some of the silly choices we make, monkeys make too.
  40. An ethical plan for ending the pandemic and restarting the economy | Danielle Allen2020/04/09
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  41. How understanding divorce can help your marriage | Jeannie Suk Gersen2020/04/08
    To understand what makes marriages work, we need to talk about why they sometimes end, says family law professor Jeannie Suk Gersen. Follow along as she lays out three ways that thinking about marital decisions through the lens of divorce can help you better navigate togetherness from the beginning.
  42. It's OK to feel overwhelmed. Here's what to do next | Elizabeth Gilbert2020/04/07
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  43. In uncertain times, think like a mother | Yifat Susskind2020/04/06
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  44. The intangible effects of walls | Alexandra Auer2020/04/03
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  45. What it's really like to have autism | Ethan Lisi2020/04/02
    "Autism is not a disease; it's just another way of thinking," says Ethan Lisi. Offering a glimpse into the way he experiences the world, Lisi breaks down misleading stereotypes about autism, shares insights into common behaviors like stimming and masking and promotes a more inclusive understanding of the spectrum.
  46. Indigenous knowledge meets science to solve climate change | Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim2020/04/02
    To tackle a problem as large as climate change, we need both science and Indigenous wisdom, says environmental activist Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim. In this engaging talk, she shares how her nomadic community in Chad is working closely with scientists to restore endangered ecosystems -- and offers lessons on how to create more resilient communities.
  47. Simple, effective tech to connect communities in crisis | Johanna Figueira2020/03/31
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  48. How forgiveness can create a more just legal system | Martha Minow2020/03/30
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  49. What the world can learn from China's response to the coronavirus | Gary Liu2020/03/27
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  50. 2 questions to uncover your passion -- and turn it into a career | Noeline Kirabo2020/03/26
    What's your passion? Social entrepreneur Noeline Kirabo reflects on her work helping out-of-school young people in Uganda turn their passions into profitable businesses -- and shares the two questions you can ask yourself to begin doing the same.
  51. How we must respond to the coronavirus pandemic | Bill Gates2020/03/25
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  52. How to be your best self in times of crisis | Susan David2020/03/25
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  53. The weird history of the "sex chromosomes" | Molly Webster2020/03/23
    The common thinking on biological sex goes like this: females have two X chromosomes in their cells, while males have one X and one Y. In this myth-busting talk, science writer and podcaster Molly Webster shows why the so-called "sex chromosomes" are more complicated than this simple definition -- and reveals why we should think about them differently.
  54. Go ahead, dream about the future | Charlie Jane Anders2020/03/20
    "You don't predict the future -- you imagine the future," says sci-fi writer Charlie Jane Anders. In a talk that's part dream, part research-based extrapolation, she takes us on a wild, speculative tour of the delights and challenges the future may hold -- and shows how dreaming up weird, futuristic possibilities empowers us to construct a better tomorrow.
  55. How repaying loans with social service transforms communities | Angie Murimirwa2020/03/19
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  56. Without farmers, you'd be hungry, naked and sober | Eric Sannerud2020/03/18
    Farmers keep us fed and our economies stable, but in the US they're retiring faster than they're being replaced. Take a crash course in agricultural policy with Eric Sannerud to see why this problem can't be solved by simply buying from your local farmer's market -- and learn how you can use your vote to create a better future for farmers.
  57. A fascinating time capsule of human feelings toward AI | Lucy Farey-Jones2020/03/17
    How comfortable are you with robots taking over your life? Covering a wide range of potential applications -- from the mundane (robot house cleaner) to the mischievous (robot sex partner) to the downright macabre (uploading your brain to live on after death) -- technology strategist Lucy Farey-Jones shares data-backed evidence of how our willingness to accept AI may be radically changing.
  58. Why COVID-19 is hitting us now -- and how to prepare for the next outbreak | Alanna Shaikh2020/03/16
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  59. A campaign for period positivity | Ananya Grover2020/03/16
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  60. How we could change the planet's climate future | David Wallace-Wells2020/03/13
    The climate crisis is too vast and complicated to solve with a silver bullet, says author David Wallace-Wells. What we need is a shift in how we live. Follow along as he lays out some of the dramatic actions we could take to build a livable, prosperous world in the age of global warming.
  61. Why it's so hard to talk about the N-word | Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor2020/03/12
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  62. The dangers of a noisy ocean -- and how we can quiet it down | Nicola Jones2020/03/11
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  63. How menopause affects the brain | Lisa Mosconi2020/03/10
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  64. What happens when a Silicon Valley technologist works for the government | Matt Cutts2020/03/09
    What if the government ran more like Silicon Valley? Engineer Matt Cutts shares why he decided to leave Google (where he worked for nearly 17 years) for a career in the US government -- and makes the case that if you really want to make an impact, go where your help is needed most.
  65. The gender-fluid history of the Philippines | France Villarta2020/03/09
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  66. How women are revolutionizing Rwanda | Agnes Binagwaho2020/03/06
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  67. What investigating neural pathways can reveal about mental health | Kay M. Tye2020/03/05
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  68. How a miniaturized atomic clock could revolutionize space exploration | Jill Seubert2020/03/05
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  69. How to turn climate anxiety into action | Renée Lertzman2020/03/02
    It's normal to feel anxious or overwhelmed by climate change, says psychologist Renée Lertzman. Can we turn those feelings into something productive? In an affirming talk, Lertzman discusses the emotional effects of climate change and offers insights on how psychology can help us discover both the creativity and resilience needed to act on environmental issues.
  70. What you need to know about stalkerware | Eva Galperin2020/02/28
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  71. How bumble bees inspired a network of tiny museums | Amanda Schochet2020/02/27
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  72. 3 ways to uproot a culture of corruption | Wanjira Mathai2020/02/26
    Corruption is a constant threat in Kenya, says social entrepreneur Wanjira Mathai -- and to stop it there (or anywhere else), we need to intervene early. Following the legacy of her mother, political activist and Nobel Prize recipient Wangari Maathai, Mathai shares three strategies to uproot a culture of corruption by teaching children and young people about leadership, purpose and integrity.
  73. How technology has changed what it's like to be deaf | Rebecca Knill2020/02/26
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  74. How to design gender bias out of your workplace | Sara Sanford2020/02/25
    Equity expert Sara Sanford offers a certified playbook that helps companies go beyond good intentions, using a data-driven standard to actively counter unconscious bias and foster gender equity -- by changing how workplaces operate, not just how people think.
  75. Management lessons from Chinese business and philosophy | Fang Ruan2020/02/25
    Business management in China is changing, says consultant Fang Ruan. Learn how Chinese entrepreneurs -- long guided by Confucianism's emphasis on authority and regulation -- are now looking to Taoist philosophy for a new, dynamic leadership style that believes things spontaneously transform and naturally achieve perfection when they're supported, not controlled.
  76. What if a single human right could change the world? | Kristen Wenz2020/02/24
    More than a billion people worldwide, mostly children, do not have a legal identity. In many countries, this means they can't get access to vital services like health care and education, says legal identity expert Kristen Wenz. She discusses why this problem is one of the greatest human rights violations of our time -- and shares five strategies to ensure everyone can get registered and protected.
  77. A love story about the power of art as organizing | Aja Monet and phillip agnew2020/02/21
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  78. Why you should get paid for your data | Jennifer Zhu Scott2020/02/20
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  79. The beautiful, hard work of co-parenting | Joel Leon2020/02/19
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  80. For the love of fangirls | Yve Blake2020/02/18
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  81. How to disagree productively and find common ground | Julia Dhar2020/02/17
    Some days, it feels like the only thing we can agree on is that we can't agree -- on anything. Drawing on her background as a world debate champion, Julia Dhar offers three techniques to reshape the way we talk to each other so we can start disagreeing productively and finding common ground -- over family dinners, during work meetings and in our national conversations.
  82. How symbols and brands shape our humanity | Debbie Millman2020/02/14
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  83. How teachers can help students navigate trauma | Lisa Godwin2020/02/13
    "To make a difference in the life of a child ... I made the commitment to tell my personal story," says educator Lisa Godwin. In this moving talk, she shares her experience of overcoming childhood trauma with the quiet, unwavering support of a teacher and school counselor -- and shows how educators can help students and families navigate hardships by sharing their own stories.
  84. What a nun can teach a scientist about ecology | Victoria Gill2020/02/12
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  85. How online marketplaces can help local economies, not hurt them | Amane Dannouni2020/02/11
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  86. How to find the person who can help you get ahead at work | Carla Harris2020/02/10
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  87. How bees can keep the peace between elephants and humans | Lucy King2020/02/07
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  88. Why fascism is so tempting -- and how your data could power it | Yuval Noah Harari2020/02/06
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  89. The science of friction -- and its surprising impact on our lives | Jennifer Vail2020/02/05
    Tribology: it's a funny-sounding word you might not have heard before, but it could change how you see and interact with the physical world, says mechanical engineer Jennifer Vail. Offering lessons from tribology -- the study of friction and wear -- Vail describes the surprisingly varied ways it impacts everyday life and how it could help us make a better world.
  90. Museums should honor the everyday, not just the extraordinary | Ariana Curtis2020/02/04
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  91. A powerful way to unleash your natural creativity | Tim Harford2020/01/31
    What can we learn from the world's most enduringly creative people? They "slow-motion multitask," actively juggling multiple projects and moving between topics as the mood strikes -- without feeling hurried. Author Tim Harford shares how innovators like Einstein, Darwin, Twyla Tharp and Michael Crichton found their inspiration and productivity through cross-training their minds.
  92. The most important thing you can do to fight climate change: talk about it | Katharine Hayhoe2020/01/30
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  93. How humans and AI can work together to create better businesses | Sylvain Duranton2020/01/29
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  94. A new type of medicine, custom-made with tiny proteins | Christopher Bahl2020/01/28
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  95. How the magic of kindness helped me survive the Holocaust | Werner Reich2020/01/27
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  96. 3 psychological tricks to help you save money | Wendy De La Rosa2020/01/27
    We all want to save more money -- but overall, people today are doing less and less of it. Behavioral scientist Wendy De La Rosa studies how everyday people make decisions to improve their financial well-being. What she's found can help you painlessly make the commitment to save more and spend less.
  97. What ocean microbes reveal about the changing climate | Angelicque White2020/01/24
    When the ocean changes, the planet changes -- and it all starts with microbes, says biological oceanographer Angelicque White. Backed by decades of data, White shares how scientists use these ancient microorganisms as a crucial barometer of ocean health -- and how we might rejuvenate them as marine temperatures steadily rise.
  98. The unpaid work that GDP ignores -- and why it really counts | Marilyn Waring2020/01/23
    If you: do laundry, are (or have been) pregnant, tidy up, shop for your household or do similar labor, then by GDP standards, you're unproductive. In this visionary talk, economist Marilyn Waring seeks to correct the failures of this narrow-minded system, detailing why we deserve a better way to measure growth that values not just our own livelihood but the planet's as well.
  99. A personal health coach for those living with chronic diseases | Priscilla Pemu2020/01/22
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  100. Are indoor vertical farms the future of agriculture? | Stuart Oda2020/01/21
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  101. 8 lessons on building a company people enjoy working for | Patty McCord2020/01/20
    Most companies operate on a set of policies: mandated vacation days, travel guidelines, standard work hours, annual goals. But what happens when a company looks less to control and more to trust? Patty McCord, the iconic former chief talent officer at Netflix, shares the key insights that led her to toss the handbook out the window.
  102. Why can't we talk about periods? | Jen Gunter2020/01/17
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  103. Why are drug prices so high? Investigating the outdated US patent system | Priti Krishtel2020/01/16
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  104. How supply chain transparency can help the planet | Markus Mutz2020/01/15
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  105. How guest worker visas could transform the US immigration system | David J. Bier2020/01/14
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  106. The perks of being a pirate | Tom Nash2020/01/14
    In this deeply charming and humorous talk, DJ and self-professed pirate Tom Nash meditates on how facing adversity due to disability invited patience, ambition and pragmatism into his life in enlightening, unexpected ways. "We all have unique weaknesses," he says. "If we're honest about what they are, we can learn how to best take advantage of them."
  107. Why "biofabrication" is the next industrial revolution | Suzanne Lee2020/01/13
    What if we could "grow" clothes from microbes, furniture from living organisms and buildings with exteriors like tree bark? TED Fellow Suzanne Lee shares exciting developments from the field of biofabrication and shows how it could help us replace major sources of waste, like plastic and cement, with sustainable and eco-friendly alternatives.
  108. Why you should bring your whole self to work | Dan Clay2020/01/13
    Dan Clay was worried about being dismissed as "too gay" at work, so he dialed down his personality. But then his alter ego, Carrie Dragshaw, went viral online. Here's what happened next.
  109. Climate change will displace millions. Here's how we prepare | Colette Pichon Battle2020/01/10
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  110. What a digital government looks like | Anna Piperal2020/01/09
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  111. This is the side hustle revolution | Nicaila Matthews Okome2020/01/08
  112. The urgent case for antibiotic-free animals | Leon Marchal2020/01/07
  113. The past, present and future of nicotine addiction | Mitch Zeller2020/01/06
  114. Dangerous times call for dangerous women | Pat Mitchell2020/01/02
  115. Sleep is your superpower | Matt Walker2020/01/01
  116. Why working from home is good for business | Matt Mullenweg2019/12/30
  117. How civilization could destroy itself -- and 4 ways we could prevent it | Nick Bostrom2019/12/27
  118. How we can protect truth in the age of misinformation | Sinan Aral2019/12/26
  119. We don't "move on" from grief. We move forward with it | Nora McInerny2019/12/25
  120. 7 common questions about workplace romance | Amy Nicole Baker2019/12/24
  121. How we can turn the tide on climate | Christiana Figueres and Chris Anderson2019/12/21
  122. Why winning doesn't always equal success | Valorie Kondos Field2019/12/20
  123. How to turn off work thoughts during your free time | Guy Winch2019/12/19
  124. What we're getting wrong in the fight to end hunger | Jasmine Crowe2019/12/18
  125. Your body was forged in the spectacular death of stars | Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz2019/12/17
  126. How the gut microbes you're born with affect your lifelong health | Henna-Maria Uusitupa2019/12/16
  127. This is what makes employees happy at work | Michael C. Bush2019/12/16
  128. Why lakes and rivers should have the same rights as humans | Kelsey Leonard2019/12/13
  129. To help solve global problems, look to developing countries | Bright Simons2019/12/12
  130. A guide to collaborative leadership | Lorna Davis2019/12/12
  131. What is economic value, and who creates it? | Mariana Mazzucato2019/12/11
  132. The paradox of efficiency | Edward Tenner2019/12/10
  133. Why I protest for climate justice | Jane Fonda2019/12/10
  134. The unforeseen consequences of a fast-paced world | Kathryn Bouskill2019/12/09
  135. The profound power of an authentic apology | Eve Ensler2019/12/06
  136. A video game that helps us understand loneliness | Cornelia Geppert2019/12/05
  137. The problem of light pollution -- and 5 ridiculously easy ways to fix it | Kelsey Johnson2019/12/04
  138. 3 ways to be a more effective fundraiser | Kara Logan Berlin2019/12/03
  139. How I'm using biological data to tell better stories -- and spark social change | Heidi Boisvert2019/12/02
  140. A healthy economy should be designed to thrive, not grow | Kate Raworth2019/11/29
  141. My journey to thank all the people responsible for my morning coffee | A.J. Jacobs2019/11/28
  142. The incredible chemistry powering your smartphone | Cathy Mulzer2019/11/27
  143. How you can use impostor syndrome to your benefit | Mike Cannon-Brookes2019/11/26
  144. 3 questions we should ask about nuclear weapons | Emma Belcher2019/11/25
  145. The search for our solar system's ninth planet | Mike Brown2019/11/22
  146. How to save a language from extinction | Daniel Bögre Udell2019/11/21
  147. A creative solution for the water crisis in Flint, Michigan | LaToya Ruby Frazier2019/11/20
  148. Why it's so hard to make healthy decisions | David Asch2019/11/19
  149. How to change your behavior for the better | Dan Ariely2019/11/18
  150. Why gender-based marketing is bad for business | Gaby Barrios2019/11/15
  151. What's really happening at the US-Mexico border -- and how we can do better | Erika Pinheiro2019/11/14
  152. How can we support the emotional well-being of teachers? | Sydney Jensen2019/11/13
  153. In the war for information, will quantum computers defeat cryptographers? | Craig Costello2019/11/12
  154. Hope and justice for women who've survived ISIS | Rabiaa El Garani2019/11/11
  155. A historical musical that examines black identity in the 1901 World's Fair | Amma Y. Ghartey-Tagoe Kootin2019/11/08
  156. What obligation do social media platforms have to the greater good? | Eli Pariser2019/11/07
  157. Our immigration conversation is broken -- here's how to have a better one | Paul A. Kramer2019/11/06
  158. What happens to people in solitary confinement | Laura Rovner2019/11/05
  159. The next software revolution: programming biological cells | Sara-Jane Dunn2019/11/01
  160. How changing your story can change your life | Lori Gottlieb2019/11/01
  161. What vaccinating vampire bats can teach us about pandemics | Daniel Streicker2019/10/31
  162. What productive conflict can offer a workplace | Jess Kutch2019/10/30
  163. Lessons from fungi on markets and economics | Toby Kiers2019/10/30
  164. The price of a "clean" internet | Hans Block and Moritz Riesewieck2019/10/29
  165. The medical potential of AI and metabolites | Leila Pirhaji2019/10/29
  166. How to bring affordable, sustainable electricity to Africa | Rose M. Mutiso2019/10/28
  167. The revolutionary power of diverse thought | Elif Shafak2019/10/25
  168. How you can help transform the internet into a place of trust | Claire Wardle2019/10/24
  169. The link between fishing cats and mangrove forest conservation | Ashwin Naidu2019/10/24
  170. The pride and power of representation in film | Jon M. Chu2019/10/23
  171. How motivation can fix public systems | Abhishek Gopalka2019/10/23
  172. Fashion that celebrates all body types -- boldly and unapologetically | Becca McCharen-Tran2019/10/22
  173. Why we have an emotional connection to robots | Kate Darling2019/10/21
  174. An app that helps incarcerated people stay connected to their families | Marcus Bullock2019/10/18
  175. How a handful of fishing villages sparked a marine conservation revolution | Alasdair Harris2019/10/17
  176. The psychological impact of child separation at the US-Mexico border | Luis H. Zayas2019/10/15
  177. How we can eliminate child sexual abuse material from the internet | Julie Cordua2019/10/15
  178. After billions of years of monotony, the universe is waking up | David Deutsch2019/10/14
  179. The psychology of your future self | Dan Gilbert2019/10/11
  180. What Bruce Lee can teach us about living fully | Shannon Lee2019/10/10
  181. How we're using DNA tech to help farmers fight crop diseases | Laura Boykin2019/10/10
  182. A personal plea for humanity at the US-Mexico border | Juan Enriquez2019/10/09
  183. A radical plan to end plastic waste | Andrew Forrest2019/10/08
  184. How we're helping local reporters turn important stories into national news | Gangadhar Patil2019/10/08
  185. The transformative power of video games | Herman Narula2019/10/08
  186. This ancient rock is changing our theory on the origin of life | Tara Djokic2019/10/07
  187. Reducing corruption takes a specific kind of investment | Efosa Ojomo2019/10/04
  188. What happens in your brain when you taste food | Camilla Arndal Andersen2019/10/03
  189. How community-led conservation can save wildlife | Moreangels Mbizah2019/10/01
  190. Why you should shop at your local farmers market | Mohammad Modarres2019/10/01
  191. Four billion years of evolution in six minutes | Prosanta Chakrabarty2019/09/30
  192. You may be accidentally investing in cigarette companies | Bronwyn King2019/09/27
  193. A wall won't solve America's border problems | Will Hurd2019/09/26
  194. How we're building the world's largest family tree | Yaniv Erlich2019/09/25
  195. How couples can sustain a strong sexual connection for a lifetime | Emily Nagoski2019/09/24
  196. Can seaweed help curb global warming? | Tim Flannery2019/09/23
  197. A bold plan to empower 1.6 million out-of-school girls in India | Safeena Husain2019/09/23
  198. We need to track the world's water like we track the weather | Sonaar Luthra2019/09/20
  199. 4 questions you should always ask your doctor | Christer Mjåset2019/09/19
  200. This could be why you're depressed or anxious | Johann Hari2019/09/18
  201. How we use astrophysics to study earthbound problems | Federica Bianco2019/09/17
  202. How climate change could make our food less nutritious | Kristie Ebi2019/09/16
  203. The dirty secret of capitalism -- and a new way forward | Nick Hanauer2019/09/13
  204. Community-powered criminal justice reform | Raj Jayadev2019/09/12
  205. What reading slowly taught me about writing | Jacqueline Woodson2019/09/12
  206. How deepfakes undermine truth and threaten democracy | Danielle Citron2019/09/11
  207. How your emotions change the shape of your heart | Sandeep Jauhar2019/09/10
  208. A "living drug" that could change the way we treat cancer | Carl June2019/09/10
  209. How we can make racism a solvable problem -- and improve policing | Phillip Atiba Goff2019/09/09
  210. Why you should be a climate activist | Luisa Neubauer2019/09/06
  211. Inside the bizarre world of internet trolls and propagandists | Andrew Marantz2019/09/05
  212. How porn changes the way teens think about sex | Emily F. Rothman2019/09/04
  213. What happened when we paired up thousands of strangers to talk politics | Jochen Wegner2019/09/03
  214. A climate change solution that's right under our feet | Asmeret Asefaw Berhe2019/09/03
  215. Emergency medicine for our climate fever | Kelly Wanser2019/09/01
  216. What I learned about freedom after escaping North Korea | Yeonmi Park2019/08/30
  217. How I help people understand vitiligo | Lee Thomas2019/08/29
  218. How technology can fight extremism and online harassment | Yasmin Green2019/08/28
  219. How climate change affects your mental health | Britt Wray2019/08/27
  220. How the West can adapt to a rising Asia | Kishore Mahbubani2019/08/26
  221. What ping-pong taught me about life | Pico Iyer2019/08/23
  222. The power to think ahead in a reckless age | Bina Venkataraman2019/08/22
  223. Family, hope and resilience on the migrant trail | Jon Lowenstein2019/08/21
  224. How craving attention makes you less creative | Joseph Gordon-Levitt2019/08/20
  225. The surprising ingredient that makes businesses work better | Marco Alverà2019/08/19
  226. The history of human emotions | Tiffany Watt Smith2019/08/16
  227. Looking for a job? Highlight your ability, not your experience | Jason Shen2019/08/15
  228. A new way to remove CO2 from the atmosphere | Jennifer Wilcox2019/08/14
  229. Why I train grandmothers to treat depression | Dixon Chibanda2019/08/13
  230. How to tame your wandering mind | Amishi Jha2019/08/12
  231. Be humble -- and other lessons from the philosophy of water | Raymond Tang2019/08/09
  232. Want to change the world? Start by being brave enough to care | Cleo Wade2019/08/08
  233. Want to get great at something? Get a coach | Atul Gawande2019/08/07
  234. How to get back to work after a career break | Carol Fishman Cohen2019/08/06
  235. Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari2019/08/05
  236. "You Have the Rite" | Marc Bamuthi Joseph2019/08/02
  237. The human skills we need in an unpredictable world | Margaret Heffernan2019/08/01
  238. What it was like to grow up under China's one-child policy | Nanfu Wang2019/07/31
  239. How policewomen make communities safer | Ivonne Roman2019/07/30
  240. Why governments should prioritize well-being | Nicola Sturgeon2019/07/29
  241. The new political story that could change everything | George Monbiot2019/07/26
  242. An urgent call to protect the world's "Third Pole" | Tshering Tobgay2019/07/25
  243. The real relationship between your age and your chance of success | Albert-László Barabási2019/07/24
  244. How to use family dinner to teach politics | Hajer Sharief2019/07/23
  245. The architectural wonder of impermanent cities | Rahul Mehrotra2019/07/22
  246. What explains the rise of humans? | Yuval Noah Harari2019/07/19
  247. How we can improve maternal healthcare -- before, during and after pregnancy | Elizabeth Howell2019/07/18
  248. A new way to get every child ready for kindergarten | Claudia Miner2019/07/17
  249. The fundamental right to seek asylum | Melanie Nezer2019/07/16
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