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How to raise brave kids | Stacy Ennis | TEDxBoise

vor 2 Jahren

Author Stacy Ennis sees the uncertainty of our world today as an opportunity to teach our kids to be brave. Drawing on social scientific research about courage, she has developed a bravery framework she uses in her own parenting—and hopes people around the world will adopt, too. Bravery education, Stacy holds, is the most powerful parenting tool we have to transform our world from a place of uncertainty and fear to one of hope.

Stacy Ennis is a parent living what it means to bring up little humans in what can feel like a big, scary world. She's also a deep thinker with a background in journalism. She spent four years ghostwriting for a Nobel Prize winner, reading hundreds of scientific studies and engaging with audiences around the globe. As the former executive editor of Sam’s Club’s bimonthly magazine, Stacy created and edited content that regularly reached millions. She has lived a life of intentional discomfort that’s led her to live in developing countries, run her own business, and do scary things like try to give a TED talk.

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