This episode’s remarkable guest is Julie Lythcott-Haims. She is an author, speaker, former educator, and former corporate lawyer.
Julie holds a BA from Stanford, a law degree from Harvard, and an MFA in writing from the California College of the Arts. She ended her legal career to go to work at Stanford and was the Dean of Freshmen and Undergraduate Advising. In other words, she advised first-year students.
She is the author of four books: New York Times Best-selling How to Raise an Adult, Real American: A Memoir, Writing Memoir, and soon to be released Your Turn: How to be an Adult. This is the most passionate and eloquent interview I’ve ever conducted. You’ll hear what I mean shortly.
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This was a deep dive interview covering questions like:
- Two questions to ask people and yourself regarding racism
- How children can do for themselves instead of being a helicopter parent
- Preparing your children to be tougher in the face of difficulties
- How non-Blacks can use their privilege to call out racism and micro-aggressions
Question of the week: Do you call out racism when you see it? It takes bravery. Learn more on this week's #remarkablepeople w/ @jlythcotthaims.
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Make sure to watch Julie’s TED talk How to raise successful kids — without over-parenting It’s already over 5 million views!