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The TED Interview

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The TED Interview
The TED Interview

The TED Interview

TED

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Head of TED Chris Anderson speaks with some of the world’s most interesting people to dig into the provocative and powerful ideas of our time.

Latest Episodes

Frances Frei's three pillars of leadership

A professor at Harvard Business School and expert in work culture, Frei goes into companies like WeWork and Uber with the goal of turning toxic environments into healthy, inclusive spaces. She shares why authenticity, logic and empathy are the most vital skills an employee can have — and how the measure of a true leader can be seen not just in their presence, but in their absence, too. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

59 MIN2 w ago
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Frances Frei's three pillars of leadership

Donald Hoffman has a radical new theory on how we experience reality

According to cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman, our brains are showing us a "hacked" version of reality. His revolutionary new way of thinking about consciousness combines the study of evolution with insights into brain activity in an attempt to solve the mysteries behind how we perceive the world. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

54 MIN3 w ago
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Donald Hoffman has a radical new theory on how we experience reality

Kate Raworth argues that rethinking economics can save our planet

Endless growth may actually be hurting our economy—and our planet. Economist Kate Raworth makes a case for “doughnut economics”: an alternative way to look at the economic systems ruling our societies and imagine a sustainable future for all. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

53 MINNOV 6
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Kate Raworth argues that rethinking economics can save our planet

Michael Tubbs on politics as a force for good

At 26, Michael Tubbs ran for Mayor of Stockton, California, hoping to transform a city in crisis into a community of opportunity. He won. Mayor Tubbs breaks down how initiatives like universal basic income can free people from poverty, what being a good neighbor means in a democratic society, and why eradicating cycles of crime requires helping victims AND perpetrators. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

50 MINOCT 30
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Michael Tubbs on politics as a force for good

Elif Shafak on the urgent power of storytelling

Best-selling author Elif Shafak proves that storytelling can be profoundly political—and makes the case for embracing uncertainty in turbulent times. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

60 MINOCT 23
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Elif Shafak on the urgent power of storytelling

Anil Seth explores the mystery of consciousness

Is the dress blue or gold? Do you hear "laurel" or "yanny"? Neuroscientist Anil Seth digs into why we all perceive the world so differently, and tries to explain the biggest mystery of all: consciousness. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

51 MINOCT 16
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Anil Seth explores the mystery of consciousness

Dan Gilbert on the surprising science of happiness

Psychologist Daniel Gilbert delves deep into the weird, counterintuitive science of happiness and explains why our minds worry about things we needn’t worry about (and fail to worry about things we really should worry about). We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

61 MINOCT 9
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Dan Gilbert on the surprising science of happiness

Bonus: Parag Khanna on global connectivity

Best-selling author Parag Khanna unpacks global connectivity—the threats, the benefits, and how it is destined to redefine our identities. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

38 MINSEP 25
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Bonus: Parag Khanna on global connectivity

Johann Hari challenges the way we think about depression

Author Johann Hari offers a deeply personal and surprisingly uplifting perspective on how to tackle depression.

75 MINJUL 24
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Johann Hari challenges the way we think about depression

Yuval Noah Harari reveals the real dangers ahead

Historian and futurist Yuval Harari has a story about the future that’s profound, exciting, and unsettling.

69 MINJUL 17
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Yuval Noah Harari reveals the real dangers ahead

Latest Episodes

Frances Frei's three pillars of leadership

A professor at Harvard Business School and expert in work culture, Frei goes into companies like WeWork and Uber with the goal of turning toxic environments into healthy, inclusive spaces. She shares why authenticity, logic and empathy are the most vital skills an employee can have — and how the measure of a true leader can be seen not just in their presence, but in their absence, too. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Frances Frei's three pillars of leadership

Donald Hoffman has a radical new theory on how we experience reality

According to cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman, our brains are showing us a "hacked" version of reality. His revolutionary new way of thinking about consciousness combines the study of evolution with insights into brain activity in an attempt to solve the mysteries behind how we perceive the world. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

54 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Donald Hoffman has a radical new theory on how we experience reality

Kate Raworth argues that rethinking economics can save our planet

Endless growth may actually be hurting our economy—and our planet. Economist Kate Raworth makes a case for “doughnut economics”: an alternative way to look at the economic systems ruling our societies and imagine a sustainable future for all. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

53 MINNOV 6
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Kate Raworth argues that rethinking economics can save our planet

Michael Tubbs on politics as a force for good

At 26, Michael Tubbs ran for Mayor of Stockton, California, hoping to transform a city in crisis into a community of opportunity. He won. Mayor Tubbs breaks down how initiatives like universal basic income can free people from poverty, what being a good neighbor means in a democratic society, and why eradicating cycles of crime requires helping victims AND perpetrators. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

50 MINOCT 30
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Michael Tubbs on politics as a force for good

Elif Shafak on the urgent power of storytelling

Best-selling author Elif Shafak proves that storytelling can be profoundly political—and makes the case for embracing uncertainty in turbulent times. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

60 MINOCT 23
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Elif Shafak on the urgent power of storytelling

Anil Seth explores the mystery of consciousness

Is the dress blue or gold? Do you hear "laurel" or "yanny"? Neuroscientist Anil Seth digs into why we all perceive the world so differently, and tries to explain the biggest mystery of all: consciousness. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

51 MINOCT 16
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Anil Seth explores the mystery of consciousness

Dan Gilbert on the surprising science of happiness

Psychologist Daniel Gilbert delves deep into the weird, counterintuitive science of happiness and explains why our minds worry about things we needn’t worry about (and fail to worry about things we really should worry about). We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

61 MINOCT 9
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Dan Gilbert on the surprising science of happiness

Bonus: Parag Khanna on global connectivity

Best-selling author Parag Khanna unpacks global connectivity—the threats, the benefits, and how it is destined to redefine our identities. We're doing a TED Interview survey! If you have a few minutes, we'd love to know your thoughts on the show. Find it at: surveynerds.com/tedinterview

38 MINSEP 25
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Bonus: Parag Khanna on global connectivity

Johann Hari challenges the way we think about depression

Author Johann Hari offers a deeply personal and surprisingly uplifting perspective on how to tackle depression.

75 MINJUL 24
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Johann Hari challenges the way we think about depression

Yuval Noah Harari reveals the real dangers ahead

Historian and futurist Yuval Harari has a story about the future that’s profound, exciting, and unsettling.

69 MINJUL 17
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Yuval Noah Harari reveals the real dangers ahead
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