In this chapter–narrated by Kristin Bell, award-winning actress and star of the NBC series “The Good Place”–Professor Peter Singer asks; “If you saw a child drowning in a pond, would you jump in and save them?” He argues that the same instinct and moral obligation, which would lead most people to act without hesitation, should apply when deciding whether to help children living in poverty. Want to save a child? www.thelifeyoucansave.org/best-charities--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-life-you-can-save/support
Kristen Bell ON: Parenting, The Power Of Empathy & Avoiding Comparison Fatigue
On Purpose with Jay Shetty
Do you compare your life to those around you, leaving yourself stuck in a comparison hangover? In this episode, Jay Shetty and Kristen Bell discuss how to thrive in the stage of life you are in. Kristen Bell touches on balancing a codependent personality, cultivating curiosity, and learning to respect others’ opinions. In a world where there is so much division between red and blue political parties, Kristen shares five principles of “purple people” and why the world needs more of them. Train your mind for peace and purpose everyday. Grab a copy of Think Like A Monk, or listen to the audiobook now! Book: https://books.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewFeature?id=1532264534&mt=11&ls=1&itscg=80048&itsct=js_httlam_book Audiobook: https://books.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewFeature?id=1532264062&mt=3&ls=1&itscg=80048&itsct=js_httlam_audiobook A word from our sponsors: Let NetSuite show you how they’ll benefit your business with a FREE Product Tour at http://www.NetSuite.com/JAY. Install Albert from the App Store or Google Play today to find your happy balance. And get a bonus of up to $40 when you start an annual subscription to Albert Genius. Before October 14th, go to http://www.Amazon.com/onpurpose for your Prime Day deal on Amazon Music.
In this bonus episode, Marci and Mel sit down with Hollywood power couple Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell! They discuss what they’ve learned during the lockdown, how they’re teaching their daughters about the Black Lives Matter movement, why Dax was initially triggered by the term white privilege and why their baby line “Hello Bello” is now saying hello to Canadian stores!
‘The Great’ Is Very Good. Plus Kristen Bell on ‘Central Park,’ ‘Veronica Mars,’ and ‘Frozen.’
Some musings on getting older (3:44) and then ‘The Great,’ a show you may have skipped over because it looks just fine, but is worth your time (16:07). Plus, Kristen Bell joins the show to talk about her new show ‘Central Park,’ as well as her iconic roles in ‘Veronica Mars’ and ‘Frozen’ (32:44).Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy GreenwaldGuest: Kristen Bell Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kristen Bell gives us the motherhood advice we all need to hear
The Motherly Podcast
Part 3: Monica & Jess Love Motherly Advice with Kristen Bell
Armchair Expert Umbrella with Dax Shepard
In Part 3: Monica and Jess Love Motherly Advice with Kristen Bell, M and J invite their mom to the attic. Using her mother's intuition, Kristen warns Jess on the falsity of butterflies, they discuss the prevalence of blocking people on apps and Kristen asks Jess about the rigidity of tops and bottoms in the gay dating community. She encourages Monica to externalize her sexuality, she tells a story of a friend who leaves her underwear at bars and Monica reveals a recent fantasy slip. Kristen talks about her own dating patterns - testing her partners and dealing with jealousy. The three discuss fidelity, knowing one's value and Kristen assigns the most extreme challenges yet.
Kristen Bell: Actor and Co-Founder of Hello Bello and This Saves Lives