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We all want to use our talents to create something meaningful with our lives. But how to get started? (And ... what if you're shy?) Writer Kare Anderson shares her own story of chronic shyness, and how she opened up her world by helping other people use their own talents and passions. Read the transcript & see more talks at TED.com
Like Grandma Like Grandaughter
Many women find that as they get older, they get a surprise when “mirror, mirror, on the wall, I’ve turned into my mother after all.” Perhaps they’ve found the balance they were looking for, and while they still do certain things their own way they realize that in the larger scheme of things, Mommy really is the person they want to be when they grow up. Or sometimes they turn around and find that they just said or did exactly what they once thought they’d never say or do – because now, as adults, they see things differently. ...
And then the next generation emerges, often along with some surprises. Sometimes the daughter finds herself looking at her own daughter, and asking the (of course unspoken) question that her own mother must have asked many a time: “Where did this kid come from?” And then, of course, in a flash, she figures it out. “Of course. She’s my mother.”
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