If you’re a parent, you need to hear this
If you hear someone say parenting was easy, you know they’re lying.
The saying goes, there’s no greater joy and challenge than parenting. And yet, no one hands us a manual.
We want our children to become adults without limits. Too often, we don’t realize that we worry more about what other people think than how our children feel.
Shelly Lefkoe is the founder of Parenting the Lefkoeway, and also the co-founder and president of the Lefkoe Institute. In this talk, she shares the 5 most common negative beliefs your child might have and the steps you could take to counter them.
What if we could shift the paradigm of parenting from
I am the boss of my child to
I am my child’s guardian angel.
— Shelly Lefkoe
Listen up for:
(02:40) The universal truths about parenting
(07:39) Limiting belief No.1
(08:33) The positive action to take against limiting belief No.1
(17:58) Limiting belief No.2
(20:53) The skill that will keep your children from forming belief No.2
(22:57) Limiting belief No.3
(23:19) The antidote to take against limiting belief No.3
(28:40) Limiting belief No.4
(29:16) The thing you need to do stop limiting belief No.4
(33:00) Limiting belief No. 5
(33:25) What you’ll need to do for yourself and your child to change limiting belief No.5
Your number one job is to
parent in a way that has your child conclude
positive beliefs about themselves and life.
— Shelly Lefkoe
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Shelly delivered this talk at Mindvalley University Pula, Croatia in the summer of 2019.
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