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Welcome to Kelly Corrigan Wonders, a place for people who like to laugh while they think and find it useful to look closely at ourselves and our weird ways in the hopes that knowing more and feeling more will help us do more and be better. A former newspaper columnist and four time bestselling author, Kelly wonders about loads of stuff: is knowing more always good? Can we trust our gut? How does change actually happen? We only book nice people who have a sense of humor and know things worth ...
 
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"Speaking of Psychology" is an audio podcast series highlighting some of the latest, most important and relevant psychological research being conducted today. Produced by the American Psychological Association, these podcasts will help listeners apply the science of psychology to their everyday lives.
 
The gap between being inspired and entertained just got smaller. Join New York Times bestselling author Kelly Corrigan as she choreographs big-ideas conversations with some of the creative thinkers and artists who define our time. Corrigan and her guests meander with insight and humor toward that inevitable moment when you think, “Exactly!”
 
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Ashley Stephens is a struggling junior journalist, desperate to make her mark in the world of radio news. Follow one woman’s hilarious odyssey as she battles to be taken seriously, and get the real scoop. Starring Bethan Cullinane and James Corrigan/Created by Andy Apollo.
 
The LinkedIn Speaker Series is one of our favorite ways to support our mission of making professionals more productive and successful. We do this by exposing our employees and members to inspiring ideas and innovative thinkers from around the globe. The program also reinforces one of our core company values – that relationships matter. Through our employees’ relationships, we’ve been fortunate and proud to host some of the world’s most interesting and ground-breaking speakers. Most of our gu ...
 
What is a life worthy of our humanity? How can we live it? Featuring Yale's Miroslav Volf, Ryan McAnnally-Linz, Matt Croasmun, and Drew Collins for conversations exploring theology and culture. Hosted by Evan Rosa. A production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture.
 
Parenting is hard. When you have a child who doesn’t fit neatly into a box, it can be even more challenging. With the Mental Health Mamas, there’s No Need to Explain. We get it. Join us as we share a bit of what we’ve learned along the way, talk openly about mental health, share the voices of other Experts by Experience, work to help you feel less alone and gently remind you to do your best to take care of yourself while also taking care of your people.
 
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Exhausting, illuminating, filled with grace—that’s how the Notre Dame students in this episode described their college experience. In addition to talking to the kids, Kelly sat down with two professors who love their work, Kathy Cummings (winner of the 2021 Sheedy Award for Excellence in Teaching) who teaches history and Dr. Sam Newlands, a philoso…
 
“We’ve become experts at means but amateurs at ends.” Miroslav Volf and Kelly Corrigan discuss the role of education in seeking a flourishing life; the risks and rewards endemic to asking questions of meaning and existential import in the higher educational context; the meaning of success to college students, and how the specter of success drives o…
 
Put your "THE END IS NEAR" signs in the trash (recycling bin)! Kelly Corrigan and Dr. Joellen Russell from the podcast All Together Now join Biz to share positive updates on climate change! They would know. They are Science Moms. Plus, Biz likes Saturdays again! Listen to Kelly Corrigan Wonders and the five-part miniseries All Together Now on the p…
 
The Mental Health Mamas are honored to be joined this week by four time New York Times best selling author, fellow podcaster and host of the PBS series, Tell Me More, Kelly Corrigan! Tune in to hear Kelly wonder about parenting young adults, the stories inside each of us, how saying “tell me more” can help us in our parenting journeys, how she deal…
 
Americans have become accustomed to tragic headlines of mass shootings in schools, grocery stores and other public places – these shootings still shock, but they no longer surprise. Jillian Peterson, PhD, of Hamline University, talks about research on what drives most mass shooters, why thinking of mass shootings as suicides as well as homicides ca…
 
Another one for the books. Literally! Tom finally proves just how easy it is to write a children's book. Hear him complete the whole thing by the show's end with the amazing cartoonist NATHAN GELGUD illustrating in real-time along with hit-or-miss contributions from callers! Plus, Tom gets a ring from DETECTIVE SAMUEL RIMSHODT in Newbridge! WATCH T…
 
This week Tina and Serena spend a bit of time worrying about worry. They talk about the differences between worry and anxiety and share some personal experiences along with some thoughts about taming the worry monster. From Henry Ford Health: Worry and Anxiety: Do You Know the Difference? Happify: How to Leave Your Worries Behind Visit our website …
 
Anne Marie eulogizes her mother Anne Nahn who she says, “was a life force unlike most”. She was the mother of 8 and grandmother of 18, she learned to tap dance at 42 and was a PhD candidate at 55 “just for fun”. Anne loved life and embraced it wholeheartedly, always ready to jump aboard whatever adventure might come her way.…
 
You know the feeling you get when you look at a cool building or clouds from the plane window? When you watch a young person excel in anything — from tennis to American Idol? When you turn a corner and are met by chalk art or a show stopping window display? That’s awe and it’s powerful stuff and today’s GOTO wonders how it works and why. (Replay)…
 
BEST SHOW BESTS! Tom talks with comedy legend MERRILL MARKOE on her incredible career and graphic memoir, We Saw Scenery: The Early Diaries of Merrill Markoe. (Originally aired December 15th, 2020) New to the Best Show? Check out Best Show Bests, the greatest hits of The Best Show! Streaming every Thursday night on Twitch at 6pm PT and available ev…
 
Household heteronormativity is soooo yesterday, everyone. Or at least, it should be. Kate Mangino, author of Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home, joins Biz to discuss cognitive labor, the many lies of television, and how there is no "outside" and "inside" work. Plus, Biz saw a change. Get your copy of Equal Partners: Improving Gender …
 
Psychologists’ research has found that it’s not the nuances of policy debates that drive voter behavior but instead how voters feel about candidates and political parties -- and whom they trust to share their values. Drew Westen, PhD, of Emory University, talks about how emotions drive our political behavior, what makes for an effective political s…
 
This week we're sharing the first episode of our Patreon-exclusive podcast RUBINESQUE! If you enjoyed our previous deep dive into the music of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, SO FAR, you're going to love RUBINESQUE! In every episode we'll dive deep into the music produced or executive produced by the one and only RICK RUBIN from 1981 to 2022. In th…
 
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Anosognosia is when someone is unaware of their own mental health condition or they can’t perceive their condition accurately. Rachel Johnston joins the Mental Health Mamas this week to share her journey from Anosognosia to acceptance of Bipolar disorder, what helped her along the way, an…
 
Yale offers a class called Life Worth Living, taught in part by an irresistible religion professor named Miroslav Volf, who has pulled readings from the ages into a curriculum that asks students to reflect on what makes a life “good.” As Miroslav says, “we’ve become experts at means but amateurs at ends.” This is a conversation to share with everyo…
 
Michelle Hurst celebrates her husband and their marriage on the occasion of their 20th Anniversary. From 23 year-old newlyweds finding their way in the world to 43 year-old’s who have shared a puppy, kids, a mortgage and decades of meaningful memories - they have navigated it all together. Michelle says: “I knew he was ‘home’ that’s the only word I…
 
BEST SHOW BESTS! PHILLY BOY ROY calls in from the Democratic National Convention! The debut of POKEMON GO FOR TRUCKERS! The topic is THE WORST DECISIONS MADE BY OTHERWISE SMART PEOPLE! Plus, the continuing saga/debacle of the DREYFUSS 100! Originally aired Wednesday, July 27, 2016 New to the Best Show? Check out Best Show Bests, the greatest hits o…
 
The idea of a machine that can read your thoughts sounds more like science fiction than actual science. But in recent years, it’s come closer to reality. Kenneth Norman, PhD, of Princeton University, talks about how scientists decode thoughts from patterns of brain activity, what we can learn about thinking, learning and memory from this research, …
 
THIS IS THE BIG ONE! Tom and the callers list the 50 BEST KARAOKE SONGS OF ALL TIME!!! Hear what made the list and what did NOT make the list! Plus, the hilarious ALBERTINA RIZZO joins Tom in studio! WATCH THE BEST SHOW LIVE EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT 6PM PT ON TWITCH https://www.twitch.tv/bestshow4life SUPPORT THE BEST SHOW ON PATREON: https://www.patreo…
 
This week’s podcast brings us Jay Shifman, a fellow podcaster and a storyteller with the Choose Your Struggle Podcast. In the episode Jay shares his struggles with mental health and addiction, reflects on his Ted talk on the history of substance misuse and why words are so very important. Join us for an interesting conversation with Jay. Visit Jay'…
 
One of the most popular professors at Boston College is a woman named Biz Bracher. She teaches a course that wonders about ethics, society and the individual. She asks her students to think hard about their potential as citizens and contributors. She drills down on the biggest questions we face: What am I good at? Who am I called to become? This is…
 
"Somewhere is better than anywhere." (Flannery O'Connor, as quoted by Wendell Berry in Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community) Today, Christian ethicist Adam Eitel (Yale Divinity School) sits with Matt Croasmun for a conversation on ethics and theolgoy. Eitel is Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at Yale Divinity School. Together, he and Matt discu…
 
Jim Doherty eulogized his friend David McCarthy, “number 2”, at the dedication of a baseball field, 30 years after his death. David was one of the good guys, a great friend to many with an incredible aura. The spirit of life within him was evident on the baseball and football field, in the classroom and when he was surrounded by his large group of …
 
On Learning InDay, we have an epic opportunity to hear from Seth Godin, blogger, author, entrepreneur, author, and founder of The Carbon Almanac, a global movement to educate and lead urgent action on the climate crisis. This group, a collaboration between hundreds of writers, researchers, thinkers, and illustrators has published a powerful tool by…
 
BEST SHOW BESTS! Tom gets a call from Taco Bell Todd! New to the Best Show? Check out Best Show Bests, the greatest hits of The Best Show! Streaming every Thursday night on Twitch at 6pm PT and available every Friday on your podcast app. WATCH THE BEST SHOW LIVE EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT 6PM PT ON TWITCH https://www.twitch.tv/bestshow4life SUPPORT THE BE…
 
Ages ago, M Scott Peck (of The Road Less Traveled) studied success (personal and professional) and was surprised to discover that all the people in his study had one thing in common: they all report the exact same “most important” thing. As I sink into the reality of an empty nest, I felt the need to remind myself that it is not my children’s job (…
 
To be or not to be haggard and broken? Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of negative self-talk or to just go out for milk. Friend of the show Dr. Carla Naumburg returns to discuss toll collecting, curiosity, kindness, and her newest book, You Are Not a Shitty Parent. Plus, Biz encourages bar-setting. Pre-order your copy…
 
The amazing SARAH MARSHALL calls in to talk to Tom about Satanic Panic, The Warriors, and her podcast You're Wrong About! Tom tries on DON RICKLES ties and tells his story about why Dodger Stadium SUCKS! Artist ERIC WHITE calls in to discuss his latest painting inspired by Sherman Hemsley's love of prog rock! Plus, A.P. MIKE debuts his long awaited…
 
The desire to belong is a fundamental part of human nature. Geoffrey Cohen, PhD, of Stanford University, talks about how feeling like an outsider can harm us; why threats to belonging drive problems as varied as achievement gaps and political polarization; and how to boost people’s sense of belonging, especially among those most at risk of feeling …
 
As a parent writing a whole lot of tuition checks, Kelly came to the conversation with a long list of questions. What’s the best college can be? What’s a typical experience? Who gets the most out of campus life? What’s the link between education and democracy? What’s fair to expect and why on Earth is it so damn expensive? Andy Delbanco of Columbia…
 
Darin Ishimatsu eulogizes his mother and lifelong teacher Carole. As a shy and reserved boy, Carole’s energy and enthusiasm brought out the very best in her son. She always pursued the finest the world had to offer whether it was food, coffee, museums or symphonies. Carole was a lady who was full of spunk, had strong opinions and gave so much of he…
 
"If you don't really understand religion, if you don't understand faith, if you don't understand theology, you can't really understand the modern world." "Words make worlds," says one of my podcasting heroes, Krista Tippett. Ask any poet, priest, or politician, and they'll agree. Language does have that power, for better or for worse. But whatever …
 
BEST SHOW BESTS! After a year plus hiatus following the WFMU departure, The Best Show returned with a vengeance in December of 2014 with a jam packed show to break in the new studio! Matthew Tompkins from the Shout! Network calls in to welcome Tom back! Kurt Vile checks in! Gary the Squirrel discusses his one-squirrel show and more! New to the Best…
 
It's another Umpteenth Thousandth Genius Fail Spectacular Plus Rant, Labor Day Edition! 2022! We're doing it! You're doing it! Honks all around! Our book You’re Doing A Great Job!: 100 Ways You’re Winning at Parenting! is available wherever books are sold. Thank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of MaximumFun.org. Thi…
 
Tom welcomes comedian and podcaster LIZZY COOPERMAN to the studio for a live tarot card reading! Phones ring on the topic: WHAT STUFF SCARED YOU AS A KID AND MAYBE STILL SCARES YOU NOW? SKYLER calls back to check in with Tom after Best Show 24! AP MIKE reviews CLERKS III! WATCH THE BEST SHOW LIVE EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT 6PM PT ON TWITCH https://www.twi…
 
When you feel time-poor, endless hours of free time might sound like the ultimate luxury. But psychologists’ research suggests that it’s not simply the amount of time that you have, but how you spend it, that determines your happiness. Cassie Holmes, PhD, discusses whether there’s an ideal amount of free time, how to increase your sense of “time af…
 
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