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My Failed Mission To Find God—And What I Found Instead | TED

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Anjali Kumar went looking for God and ended up finding something else entirely. In an uplifting, funny talk about our shared humanity, she takes us on a spiritual pilgrimage to meet witches in New York, a shaman in Peru, an infamous "healer" in Brazil and others, sharing an important lesson: What binds us together is far stronger than what separates us, and our differences are not insurmountable.

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Chief People Officer & General Counsel at Cheddar, Former Google Executive,...

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Anjali Kumar is a former Google executive and the former founding general counsel and head of social innovation at Warby Parker, a transformative lifestyle brand offering designer eyewear at a revolutionary price while leading the way for socially-conscious businesses. She is currently an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School and Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business Administration, where she teaches Law of Innovation, a graduate seminar which follows an original syllabus of her own design.

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InnovationDiversity & InclusionCorporate Social Responsibility Generations & DemographicsRetailBusiness StrategyDisruptionBusiness Leaders From Major BrandsTED SpeakersAuthorsFemale Speakers
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