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Learn about habits of the mind in this experiment with a bicycle that steers backwards. (7:58)
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Pharrell Williams presents ”Happy” — the world's first 24 hour music video. http://24hoursofhappy.com/
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Psychologist Nicholas Humphrey has proposed that our ability to awe was biologically selected for by evolution because it imbues our lives with sense of cosmic significance that has resulted in a species that works harder not just to survive but to flourish and thrive. (2:48)
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OK Go creates a YouTube video connected to the song This Too Shall Pass (3:53)
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An inspiring motivational video featuring motivational speech from Ashley Zahabian.(4:44)
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Sometimes all it takes is an unexpected adventure to open your eyes to all that is possible. To see this in action, SoulPancake partnered with Shout® to give three unsuspecting strangers an opportunity to try something new and live their life out loud. How do you step outside of your comfort zone? (6:02)
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When life knocks you down, people will tell you to look on the bright side. But are they actually right? This week on The Science of Happiness, Julian investigates positive thinking. (6:11)
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Motivational speech set to movie clips. The word 'but' must be ignored. Live your dream. (4:23)
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Ever wonder how good spreads? Do you have to have money and tons of resources to do some good in the world? Or maybe it's all about having the right hashtag? Kid President is here to say... NOPE! Anyone can be a spreader of good and make a HUGE difference. Even the smallest acts can have the greatest impact! So get out there and spread some good! (5:10)
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Sometimes doing something small for someone can have a bigger impact than you might ever imagine. (3:05)
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