miércoles, 20 de noviembre de 2019

This is Exactly How You Should NOT Raise Your Kids! | Neil deGrasse Tyson on Impact Theory

This is Exactly How You Should NOT Raise Your Kids! | Neil deGrasse Tyson on Impact Theory

This episode is brought to you by: Audible. For a free 30-day trial and your 1st audio book free, go to https://audible.com/impacttheory or text 'impacttheory' to 500500. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversityYT He may be the world’s most famous astrophysicist, and he is best known for his ability to communicate complex scientific concepts. But on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Neil deGrasse Tyson shows that his prodigious intellect can take on an incredibly wide range of topics. He shares his family history, his ideas about education and religion, and his beliefs about how we can get along better with those who are different from us. Along the way, he gives some brilliant and unusual parenting advice, describes the best way to deal with haters and microaggressions, and describes his process for learning new things. SHOW NOTES: Neil reminisces about being named the world’s sexiest astrophysicist [3:21]
Neil remembers the best lessons his father taught him [5:00]
Neil advocates pluralism, celebrating differences instead of aggravating them [10:10]
Neil explains how to convert microaggressions into enthusiasm [13:26]
Neil discusses how his father taught him to be effective instead of being right [18:23]
Neil explains that he is driven by duty, not ambition [22:15]
Neil advocates that we create meaning in life, we don’t find it [27:49]
Neil shares some unique parenting advice [30:14]
Neil describes in great detail his process for learning new things [36:48]
Neil advocates the importance of seeking disconfirming evidence [43:23]
Neil wants you to learn what science is, and how it works [44:41]
Neil makes a surprising statement about the impact he wants to have [47:13] QUOTES: “It’s not enough to be right. You have to be effective.” [18 29]
“You have the power to create meaning in your life, rather than passively looking for it.” [28:32]
“I can tell you this. If Einstein were here, and we’re talking with Einstein, we could talk with him for hours and hours. And you know what question would never come out of our mouths? ‘What college did you go to?” [34:05] FOLLOW NEIL: INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2X4Q6jP
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