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Dr. Brene Brown has spent the past twelve years carrying out ground-breaking research into vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame.

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One of the world's most influential psychologists Martin Seligman calls for a reinvention of governance and education, and a revolution in our personal lives.

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This is an unedited version of the talk that Michael Pollan did at the RSA yesterday. Unfortunately, due to technical problems the very beginning of the live stream was missed but the usual edited video of our event will be available in a couple of weeks.

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Full webcast from the RSA Event on Tuesday 4 June at 1pm BST. At the event, author and business adviser Josh Kaufman revealed a new approach for acquiring new skills quickly with just a small amount of practice each day.

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Alain de Botton asks: what is it that we're really looking for when we watch or read the news - and is it doing us any good?

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Clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson has built a following of tens of millions of viewers with his online lectures on topics from ancient mythology to modern relationships.

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Renowned academic, author, and director of the Mindsight Institute Dan Siegel, visits the RSA to reveal an extremely rare thing -- a working definition of the mind.

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In 2013 David Graeber, professor of anthropology at LSE, wrote an excoriating essay on modern work for Strike! magazine. "On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs" was read over a million times and the essay translated in seventeen different languages within weeks.

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Broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough presents the 2011 RSA President's Lecture. The dangers facing the earth's ecosystems are well known and the subject of great concern at all levels. Climate change is high on the list. But there is an underlying and associated cause -- population growth.

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The worlds happiest man" philosopher Matthieu Ricard explains how we can train our minds in habits of well-being.

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