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Author Daniel Pink explains to Oprah why it's important to have job skills that are difficult to outsource and automate.
Watch Daniel Pink share two of his favorite exercises with Oprah: the gratitude visit and picturing yourself at 90.
In Daniel Pink's book A Whole New Mind, he shares what he calls the six senses, which are right-brain functions that increasingly guide our lives and shape our world. Watch Daniel describe three of the senses: design, story and sympathy.
When you're a kid, you can connect with almost anybody. But as you get older, friendships can be harder to find. SoulPancake built a fun space on a busy street corner where people could take a seat and make a new friend.
On Sunday, February 26, Oprah sits down with New York Times best-selling author Daniel Pink. Find out why he says the future belongs to dreamers. Then, what happens when a reality television crew tries to help two addicts in crisis? Watch a preview of the documentary Lost in Woonsocket.
Advertising is all around us, and it's often filled with mind-numbing messages that don't inspire us. So SoulPancake hit the streets with a bunch of sticky notes and invited people to create their own billboard of meaningful words.
Watch a sneak preview of Oprah's interview with best-selling spiritual author Debbie Ford under the oak trees at her California home.
For the first time, spiritual teacher Debbie Ford publicly talks about her battle with cancer.
Spiritual teacher Debbie Ford says she had no idea what courage was before she began her battle with cancer.
During her conversation with Debbie Ford, Oprah asks Debbie to share advice for those who are going through a similar cancer struggle as she has endured. Watch Debbie share her tips on how to work through those dark hours.
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