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How a Doctor Cured Her Autoimmune Disease with Functional Medicine with Dr. Cynthia Li

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

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What Is Your Body Trying To Tell You?

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

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@aliceko @susanle this inspired me to read her whole book in one weekend. Def worth a listen if the title interests you

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Community inspiration for those stuck at home 💌Creating a meaningful online community with Carly Ayres of "100s Under 100"

Get Together

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The first part of this episode talked about how people are coming together in virtual communities right now because of self-isolation. Key for meaningful and successful community is to set the right initial intentions on why you’re gathering.

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8 Tips To Make Working From Home, Work For You

Life Kit: All Guides

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jhawthorne recommended:

Practical and uplifting advice. They keep it short and to the point, with stories

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Jay Herratti, the Executive Director of TEDx 💡Bringing local organizers together to share ideas

Get Together

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mm recommended:

Terrific episode about the origins and start of TEDx and how to develop local at scale but with quality and intentionality. Key takeaways: - Let organizers co-create with you. Provide guidance, but not too many rules. - It's hard to gauge how - Provide people with the tools to run their show, whether it's fact checking to tips - Organizers struggle with local fundraising (I know that feeling!) - Ideas need time to develop. So if someone is rejected one year, their idea may be cook for longer and get accepted years later. - The hardest thing to do is when you have to ask a passionate volunteer organizer to move on, so try to not have to do that if you can The part at the end when he talks about how it breaks his heart that it's been hard to find funding to bring all the TEDx organizers to TED every year even though that's a transformative experience that brings TEDx to the next level in their community. I've been in those shoes in similar type of work but at a smaller scale, and we made sure, if anything, that bringing people together in person was something we made happen because it was one of the most valuable part of the experience for the local leaders.

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TMHS 405: Global Pandemic, The Human Virome, & Thriving During Chaos

The Model Health Show

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hummingbird95 recommended:Mar 14th

With everything going on right now (COVID-19) and the chaos, this helped me relax a lot.

Mini Meditation: 10 Minutes to Less Stress

The Mindful Minute

serena recommended:Feb 18th

In North America, it is very common to hear someone complain about their primary care physician. The unfortunate thing that many people don't realize is that these physicians are constrained by the healthcare system and aren't just "bad doctors". I enjoyed this episode because it discussed how inter...Show More

Trust Your Instincts (Doctors)

Well Now

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