52 min

Baratunde’s Tech Origins (with Belinda Yvonne Thurston‪)‬ How To Citizen with Baratunde

    • Society & Culture

Technology and its promise of a better world is a part of Baratunde’s DNA. In this episode, Baratunde reminisces with his older sister, Belinda, about their upbringing in Washington DC in the 1980s. They discuss their mother’s influence on his earliest experiences with tech that would someday come to shape this very podcast. 

Guest: Belinda Thurston
Bio: Yogini, tai chi player, Buddhist, African-Japanese American, journalist, speaker, motivator, number one sister.
Online: Just B Yoga website

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ACTIONS

- INTERNALLY REFLECT
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How have you invested in the key relationships that make your world go round? Do you have the relationship with your siblings and family members that you want? This Harvard Study showed that happiness boils down to one thing: relationships. 


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Technology and its promise of a better world is a part of Baratunde’s DNA. In this episode, Baratunde reminisces with his older sister, Belinda, about their upbringing in Washington DC in the 1980s. They discuss their mother’s influence on his earliest experiences with tech that would someday come to shape this very podcast. 

Guest: Belinda Thurston
Bio: Yogini, tai chi player, Buddhist, African-Japanese American, journalist, speaker, motivator, number one sister.
Online: Just B Yoga website

Go to howtocitizen.com for transcripts, our email newsletter, and your citizen practice.

ACTIONS

- INTERNALLY REFLECT
Relationships matter.
How have you invested in the key relationships that make your world go round? Do you have the relationship with your siblings and family members that you want? This Harvard Study showed that happiness boils down to one thing: relationships. 


MORE WAYS TO CONNECT & SUPPORT

Leave a review and rating. It makes a huge difference with the algorithmic overlords!

Find us at @howtocitizen on Instagram and tag us in your actions

Visit our non-Bezos bookshop. 

Subscribe to Baratunde's weekly Recommentunde Newsletter, his column on Puck, or you can even text him right now at 202-894-8844
Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

52 min

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