Lately, if it weren't for Netflix now offering every TED Talk (I think...it sure looks that way), I'd probably only watch 30 Rock every night since most of my TV shows are on breaks. I love TED Talks because they're short and there's some little nugget in each one that will teach/enlighten you about something. So in the middle of my 30 Rock marathons, I like to throw one or two of these educational jewels in there.
I came across Brené Brown's "The Power of Vulnerability" a couple of weeks ago. Halfway in I realized I'd seen it before, but I was so fascinated by her message that I continued watching, and I've re-watched it twice since.
Maybe it's because I'm older, maybe it's because I recently went through a break-up, maybe a lot of things...but for whatever reason, this didn't impact me whenever I watched it before as it has now.
Because I keep telling girlfriend after girlfriend to watch this immediately, I thought it was worthwhile to share it with all of you! This one's a little longer than your typical TED Talk, but at 20 minutes, it's a nice break and will teach you some things about yourself.
Have a great weekend, lovelies. :)