Changing Our Minds : TED Radio Hour Admitting we're wrong is painful--even seen as a sign of weakness. But what if we take a more flexible approach? This hour: how rethinking ideas can be good for our brains and our relationships. Guests include former GOP congressman Bob Inglis, organizational psychologist Adam Grant, and civil rights activist Loretta J. Ross.

Changing Our Minds

Changing Our Minds

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TED Radio Hour: Changing Our Minds
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Admitting we're wrong is painful--even seen as a sign of weakness. But what if we take a more flexible approach? This hour: how rethinking ideas can be good for our brains and our relationships.

Guests include former GOP congressman Bob Inglis, organizational psychologist Adam Grant, and civil rights activist Loretta J. Ross.

This episode of TED Radio Hour was produced by Fiona Geiran, Matthew Cloutier, and James Delahoussaye. It was edited by Sanaz Meshkinpour and Rachel Faulkner.

Our production staff also includes Diba Mohtasham, Katie Monteleone, and Harrison Vijay Tsui. Our intern is Katherine Sypher. Jeff Rogers is our executive producer. Our audio engineer is Brian Jarboe.