Click the screen shot to play...
Rachel Naomi Remen - Generous Listening
Rachel Remen, MD shares how we can use "generous listening" to deepen our connection with patients - and those we care for - with this simple, yet profound technique...
Shiv Khera - Leadership Training India
Condensed good sense in every sentence, about leadership and team relationships, and how self-esteem and ego issues play havoc.
Relationships with Colleen-Joy Page
Heal your relationships, understand relationships and relationship problems - humorous and insightful talk by Colleen-Joy Page. More at InnerLifeSkills™.
John Gray: How Men Communicate
America's top relationship expert offers great advice for building lasting, loving relationships. Flustered by the frustrating communication style of the opposite sex? You're not alone. But with a little insight and understanding, you can create less stressful, more fulfilling connections with your mate. If you're having any relationship problems, his book Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus is a great read.
All Sing Together
Over 100 participants (though they sound like professionals) in this awesome Christmas community celebration of togetherness, singing Handel's Hallelujah Chorus.
In the beginning of 2010 the Playing For Change crew began work on a new Song Around the World, John Lennon's "Imagine." It took over a year, taking the crew from the favelas of Brazil to the shrines of southern India, from villages in Nepal to the glittering urban landscape of Tokyo and New York, and beyond.
Why do relationships often start off so great and then fall apart? Imitation Love is anything that we substitute for the unconditional love lacking in our lives. This usually takes the form of power, pleasure, safety, and praise. Our addiction to Imitation Love keeps us alone and unhappy. However, the principles of Real Love - with the relationship based on unconditional love - guarantee success. These three short videos by Greg Baer explain all...
Helen Fisher: The brain in love
Why do we crave love so much, even to the point that we would die for it? To learn more about our very real, very physical need for romantic love, Helen Fisher and her research team took MRIs of people in love -- and people who had just been dumped.
"Do you believe in me?"
Dallas's answer to Barack Obama. This 10 year old boy has the most incredible communication skills and a great set of values... a lesson to us all. Watch as he gives a keynote address to over 20,000 people!