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The Tiffany Han Show (formerly Raise Your Hand Say Yes)

Education • Society-and-culture

The Tiffany Han Show is a weekly podcast that teaches highly-ambitious people how to have lives that feel as good on the inside as they look on the outside. For more information and show notes, visit

Popular episodes

EP. 395: Sacred Rest with Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith

Nov 30 • 01:05:20

Have you ever felt exhausted from doing nothing? Have you taken 1,000 bubble baths and still can’t seem to shake the stress of the day? Do you try to nap but can’t quite get your body to sleep? You’re not broken and there’s a reason for that. We are so lucky to have Board-Certified internal medicine physician, speaker, and author, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith on the podcast to...

EP. 394: Everything is Spiritual and Apocalyptic Hope with Rob Bell

Nov 23 • 51:11

In his book, Everything is Spiritual: Who We Are and What We're Doing Here, New York Times bestselling author Rob Bell explores the endless dynamic questions and connections that have shaped his life, providing powerful insight into understanding one's purpose and place in the world. I am thrilled to be diving back into this conversation with one of my favorite teachers. ...

EP. 393: Becoming Untamed, Real Self-Care, and Changing Your Mind with Glennon Doyle

Nov 16 • 53:17

This week, we're kicking off Season 10 by revisiting my interview with Glennon Doyle in honor of the release of Get Untamed: The Journal! In this conversation, we talk about Glennon's book Untamed (it's ESSENTIAL READING y'all!) and dive into doubt and faith, why it’s not only okay but encouraged to change our minds, the dirty pink bunnies that are so easy to chase, and ho...

EP. 392: An ADHD Update!

Nov 9 • 45:27

In episode 371 I brought some radical transparency with the announcement of my ADHD diagnosis. This week, I’m revisiting that diagnosis with an update of everything that’s changed since and how my journey has gone! From my sleep, productivity, and anxiety, to my journey with medication, it has been an eye-opening few months and I’m excited to check in on where I am now....

EP. 391: Relationships, #RadSelBel, DFSTAG, and You

Nov 2 • 40:19

Today I’m breaking down how we can lean on the pillars of #RadSelBel and DFSTAG to show up as our most authentic selves in the relationships that serve us. We’ll also discuss how to know when it’s time to let a relationship come to an end. After all, the people we want to keep in our lives deserve the truest version of you, and so do you. Listen in for a healthy dose of ac...

A Little Break!

Oct 19 • 03:30

EP. 390: The Beautiful Nonsense of Being Alive with Adam JK

Oct 12 • 51:47

I am so thrilled to be speaking to  Adam J. Kurtz (aka Adam JK) on the podcast about his new book, You Are Here (For Now), a collection of essays and art about life, and change, and you, and me, and all of us trying to just be more okay. Let me say I devoured this book and had room for seconds it was so good. ...

EP. 389: Saying Yes to New Habits with Charles Duhigg

Oct 5 • 48:57

On this particularly inspiring (and particularly vulnerable) episode, I’m so pleased to have chatted with Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist and the author of The Power of Habit and Smarter Faster Better, Charles Duhigg! Together we drill down on what it takes to say “Yes!” to the changes we’d like to make in our lives, knowing where to start, and the role bel...

EP. 388: Racial Justice Through Mindfulness with Rhonda Magee

Sep 28 • 30:04

In thinking about where to start when it comes to tackling racism and dismantling systems of oppression, it’s easy to feel like any right next steps can feel simultaneously like way too much and not nearly enough. Luckily I had the opportunity to chat with the incredible Rhonda Magee about her book, The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our ...

EP. 387: Liberated by Less with Christine Platt

Sep 21 • 53:34

Forget everything you think you know about minimalism and get ready for an education on liberating yourself from the physical and emotional clutter that’s no longer serving you. Christine Platt, author of The Afrominimalist's Guide to Living with Less, joins me today to chat about the true meaning of minimalism, the best ways to approach letting go of what is no longer se...

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