I'm addicted to Audible. A new grandma I am responsible for my grandsons library, which reignited my interest in books.
Maybe I'm spoiled by listening too often to Brenè I know she probably doesn't have time for her own narration. However, she has a light hearted can dance a smile in her voice and a comforting twang that endears you tithe topic and writing. Everyone should read or listen to this book. I have attended the Daring Greatly workshop and it changed my life. This narrato sounded too much like a researcher or skeptical professor. She sounded annoyed half the time. It's a great book so please don't let the narration get in your way.
I love to read and write books. I enjoy learning, laughing and growing (mentally and spiritually).
I started listening right after I finished listening to "The Power of Vulnerability". Daring Greatly was a lot of review and repeat and I would have preferred to hear Brene speak as she did in "The Power of Vulnerability".
I recommend just listening to "The Power of Vulnerability" (which I liked a lot) and skip this one at least the audio version.
This is a great book full of great information. My only comment is the reading was done in the format of a novel. The voice inflections were hard to follow for me, since this book was more for information than to follow a storyline with characters.
Brown is a fabulous author and story teller. I thought the narrator delivered the book well but I can see why others might not agree. Fascinating and interesting research and findings.