Things worth sharing this month – May 2020

Kia ora, welcome to you all.

I’ve decided as both a way to archive what treasure I’ve found and a way to contribute, I’m going to share podcasts, TED talks, organisations, short films, articles I get value from.

Perhaps what I’m learning may help learning for you and others.

Broad-ly Speaking

In searching for Lucy Hone (A director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing Resilience). I came across this New Zealand based company ‘Broad-ly Speaking’ that profiles and hosts speakers of all walks of life, in events for people who identify as women. Events have thus far been held in Christchurch and Auckland:

“Broad-ly Speaking is a space for women to share their stories. Six diverse speakers talking for four minutes each, on any topic they choose. We’re not another networking event. We invite women from all walks of life – corporates, not-for-profits, artists, mums and all the cool ladies in between – to come together for an empowering evening of speaking up, changing the conversation and telling it as it is.”

Hard-ly Speaking (Men Open for Discussion)

Hard-ly Speaking is about creating a space where men can share their stories. Since 2018 we’ve had the pleasure of hearing from a diverse range of males, all equally committed to building a connected community. Their stories are very different, but they stand together for change.”

Lucy Hone’s TED Talk on Resilience

Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Magic Lessons” Podcast –  with Glennon Doyle Melton


Brene Brown’s “Unlocking Us” Podcast – with Dr Marc Brackett “Permission to Feel”

University of Canterbury offers a ‘RULER’ summer school, exploring the theories and method of Dr March Brackett. Brackett, Ph.D., is the founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and a professor in the Child Study Center at Yale University.

Dr Chattergee’s “Fell Better Live More” podcast – with BJ Fogg “Tiny Habits”

Daily Good site which provides newsletters

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