Sniff Sniff: Podcasts That Will Make you Cry
Get ready to be moved. Podcasts that made me press STOP because I started to cry in public while listening.
#388: Lisa Ling — Exploring Subcultures, Learning to Feel, and Changing Perception
The Tim Ferriss Show
1:44:52 | Sep 26th, 2019
"It requires time and energy to get invested in other people's stories, but I do in my heart of hearts believe that you emerge a better and smarter human as a result of taking that time." — Lisa Ling ...Show More
Singing with others is a powerful form of expression. That's why the composer Eric Whitacre started the Virtual Choir; an experiment that connects singers from every corner of the globe. In this episo...Show More
Life and love and the moment, by Arianna Huffington
23:57 | Aug 6th, 2019
Join a young Arianna Huffington on her journey from Athens to Cambridge, as she shares a lesson she learned from her mother of embracing life’s journey without being attached to the outcome.
003: Rick Ocean — On how to know if you're an entrepreneur, personal growth, and facing depression as a high performer.
NOW with Steve Rio
1:25:22 | Dec 16th, 2019
Steve sits down with Rick Ocean. Rick is a father, husband, and managing partner at Body Energy Club. Rick is a self-made entrepreneur who joined his partner in Body Energy Club over 15 years ago, aft...Show More
Chicken Salad Chick: Stacy Brown
How I Built This with Guy Raz
1:00:01 | Dec 30th, 2019
For many of us, chicken salad is just another sandwich filling, but Stacy Brown turned it into a $75 million business. In 2007, she was a divorced mother of three looking for a way to make ends meet. ...Show More
John Kander presents the story behind the classic song New York, New York. Songwriting duo Kander and Ebb wrote the title song for the film. Unfortunately, the star Robert de Niro didn't like it, so t...Show More
A Colombian woman apologizes to her nation. This 100% independent and advertising-free podcast is created by host Brett de Hoedt with audio director Brian Wallace. It’s one of the most global and i...Show More
When Asma Khan was born it was said her mother cried, but not tears of joy. As a second daughter born in 1960s India, Asma felt she was a disappointment, even a burden, because she could not inherit a...Show More
A new ritual called an honor walk is bringing solace to families who’ve lost a loved one and consented to have organs donated. Hospitals are organizing these walks as a way to honor the gift of life t...Show More
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In this special episode, we delve into systemic racism in the United States from an economic lens and bring you three stories from Black entrepreneurs during the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests in th...Show More