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Watch Teen’s Graduation Advice For The Class of 2020 That Won 1st Prize in Global Competition: ‘We got this!’

“Life is a practice in improv,” says a Quebec college senior who won a scholarship for her candid musings on the theme ‘How the coronavirus affected my final semester.’ The contest, sponsored by greatergood.org, invited high school and college seniors to record a selfie video that answers the question: How did the coronavirus change your senior year? Participants included 379 students worldwide in 49 countries, but it was a 19-year-old film student who stole the hearts of judges in The “Class of 2020” Challenge. Graduating from John Abbott College, April Judd used humor and creative edits to depict what life was like moving back in with her family and missing the chance to say goodbye to all her friends at the arts college. Her inspiring message details...

3 Ways to Deal With the Anxiety of a New Situation – Those FFTs of Life (‘Effing First Times)

The Lesson: If you have been stressing out amidst the chaos of quarantine, then you may need to listen to this podcast about FFTs (“’effing first times!”)—that is, how hard it is to be new at things, from small incidents to global pandemics. When we have no relevant experience or expertise, the vulnerability, uncertainty, and fear of these firsts can be overwhelming—but showing up and pushing ourselves past the awkward, learner stage is how we get braver. Notable Excerpt: “This pandemic experience is a massive experiment in collective vulnerability. We can be our worst selves when we’re afraid, or our very best, bravest selves. In the context of fear and vulnerability, there is often very little in between because when we are uncertain and afraid our...

How Cutting in Line for a Free Bagel Became a Lesson in Changing Your Future (Simon Sinek)

The Lesson: “That’s when I realized that there were two types of people in the world: those who see what they want, and those who can only see what’s getting in the way of what they want.” In this engaging video, motivational speaker Simon Sinek lets us in on his five rules for changing your future one step at a time. From achieving your heart’s deepest desires to gaining respect and becoming a leader, Sinek uses an intriguing metaphor to break down the mental changes one must adopt in order to follow his advice for changing your life. The Speaker: Simon Sinek is the marketing consultant, bestselling author, motivational speaker, and critically-acclaimed mastermind behind Start With Why: an organization made up of other business moguls dedicated to...

This Hacker Built a Vending Machine for Crows as an Ingenious Response to a Cocktail Party Argument

The Lesson: A strange experiment in wildlife behavior turned into a jaw-dropping lesson on the importance of reassessing our predispositions towards new ideas. In this presentation, Joshua Klein talks about how building a vending machine locators for crows has helped to teach people about the empowerment of embracing diversity—particularly biological diversity—as we navigate the ever-changing world together with our animal counterparts. Notable Excerpt: “It turns out, we’ve been finding more and more that crows are really intelligent. Their brains are in the same proportion as chimpanzee brains are. There’s all kinds of anecdotes for the different kinds of intelligence they have. For example, in Sweden, crows will wait for fishermen to drop lines through holes in the ice. And when the fishermen move off, the...

How to Wake Up From the Trance of Unworthiness

The Lesson: “Though we’re rarely conscious of it, we continually evaluate ourselves—and are convinced that something is wrong with us.” In this audio session, acclaimed psychotherapist and Buddhist practitioner Tara Brach takes us through the process of waking up from a mental state we might not realize we’re caught up in; and once we can let go of constant self-judgement, we can actually live up to our potential. Join her as she explores the factors which lead to the trance of unworthiness, how we can identify it as it happens, break free of the cycle of self-doubt, and—most importantly—develop trust in our own natural inner goodness. Notable Excerpt: “I’ve found that usually there’s a gap between our standard of how we should be, and our own...

Woman Found Religious Peace After Receiving ‘Blessing’ From Deceased Grandfather in Ireland (MOTH Monday)

Today is MOTH Monday on Good News Network: In partnership with The Moth, a nonprofit dedicated to the art of storytelling, we bring you the most uplifting speakers from live stages across the world. When Krista Tippett was a little girl, she adored her grandfather “Gaggy”: a roving evangelist who pastored to tiny country churches throughout the south. For years, she idolized his traditional teachings and strict style of living—until she went to college and began studying theology. Despite the flaws in his line of theological thinking, Tippett grew up to interview more and more religious figureheads only to realize that her grandfather may have been more correct in the ways of mysticism than she originally thought. Her epiphany came to a tee when she eventually spoke to an...

Listen to Man’s Tale of How His Grandma Saved Christmas With a Care Package of ‘Magic and Love’

Listen to this heartwarming tale of familial affection in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a partnership with Good News Network that features inspiring videos from The MOTH, a nonprofit group showcasing the art of storytelling. Leonard Lee Smith was just a boy when his mother and new stepfather tore him away from his family in rural Alabama and moved him all the way to the strange and sunny shores of California. Smith had trouble fitting into his new home in the Golden State—but most of all, he missed spending Christmas with his beloved grandmother. When it finally came time for Smith to spend his first holiday season away from home, his grandmother reassured him that she would be sure to include him on the festivities. True to her word,...

Man’s Sweet Story About What He Learned From Being Too Afraid to Approach Jackie Chan

Listen to this heartwarming tale of a little boy’s dream come true in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a partnership with Good News Network that features inspiring videos from The MOTH, a nonprofit group showcasing the art of storytelling. When Kwong Yue Yang was a little boy in school, he spent ages trying to figure out how to get his classmates to think he was cool. He finally came up with the perfect plan to win over his classmates after he heard that Jackie Chan was visiting a restaurant in his Australian hometown. Unfortunately, Yang failed to muster up the courage to introduce himself to his kung fu hero; but as he struggled with his own desperation and fear in the restaurant, he ended up learning a very...

She Finally Won Her Dad’s Approval by Defying Him and Pursuing ‘Soft Science’, Anyway—and Won 1st Prize

Hear an amusing tale of scientific determination in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a partnership with Good News Network that features inspiring videos from The MOTH, a nonprofit group showcasing the art of storytelling. Back when Deirdre Bowen was in middle school, her father always pressured her to pursue “hard science” in order to win the science fair. Rather than continuing his suggested research on monkey skulls, however, Deirdre defied her father’s wishes by opting for “soft science” projects on dreams and education. He later told Deirdre that she was the only one of her siblings who had been brave enough to go against his coaching methods—but it turned out to be a good thing that she did. (LISTEN to the amusing story below) The Moth gives people an opportunity...

When Kids Were Making Fun of Her Son At School, Mom Deploys Her Creative Hospitality

Hear a serendipitous tale of blossoming community spirit in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a partnership with Good News Network that features inspiring videos from The MOTH, a nonprofit group showcasing the art of storytelling. After a boy became tired of classmates in his public school making fun of his ethnic lunches, his ebullient mom decided to do something about it. Tom Nimen and his brother and sister were attending a nearly-all-white school in Canton, Ohio in the 1960s. He came home one day and stunned his parents by asking if she could please pack his lunch with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, instead of the Middle Eastern food that ended up embarrassing him. His siblings piped up and said they also wanted the Wonder Bread sandwiches with...