Yellow Door Top 5 Podcast
Yellow Door Top 5 parenting Ted Talks
- How to Raise Successful Kids Without Over-Parenting
- The World Needs All Kinds of Minds
- The Unexpected Benefit of Celebrating Failure
- For Parents, Happiness Is a Very High Bar
- All It Takes Is 10 Mindful Minutes
by Julie Lythcott-Haims
Former dean of Stanford University and mother of two shares her viewpoint on how we as parents have moved into a parenting style that involves a checklist. Julie shares her thoughts on how impactful this style of parenting is having on children and teens’ mental and emotional wellbeing.
by Temple Grandin
Temple opens our minds as parents and educators to rethink how we support value children’s uniqueness and gifts when they do not fall into the average child.
As well as some insights into how she thinks differently and how it allows her to solve problems that most people struggle with and it is in her uniqueness that she is able to use her gifts of a visual thinker, pattern thinker, and verbal thinking as a diagnosed autistic person to create amazing inventions that we all have benefited from.
by Astro Teller
This Ted Talk gives us parents the beauty of different perspectives and a shift in our mindset can create achievement. If she allows opportunity like this and he invites family discussions the value of having that different mindset that can create a boundless opportunity for every family member.
by Jennifer Senior
Jennifer shares her thoughts on the complexity of parenting children today. The facts that we bombarded with information overload and a drive to have the best be the best and expect the best. Jennifer opens the conversation and reflection of parenting today, Vs parenting yesterday, and the confusion and how we have redefined our parenting purpose.
Also, Jennifer shares some useful research!
by Andi Puddicombe
This ted talk is a reminder to present in our day to day life. A great way to explore and present mindfulness to you and your family and be rewarded by the benefits.