Brene Brown is a fantastic presenter who walks the talk and talks the walk of vulnerability.
Brene Brown's delivery of her own content.
I'm more healthily aware of blame, shame, guilt, embarrassment and vulnerability and becoming better at caring for myself as well as others.
Recommending this to everyone I love.
There is no print version, I believe.
Brene Brown provided a lot of anecdotes - I loved how the recording wasn't based off a book but a bunch of different lectures. She's a very likeable and humorous person and I loved listening to her.
I really learned a lot about shame/vulnerability and she provided a different lens for me to look at those things.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS AUDIOBOOK. Seriously, Brene Brown is fantastic.
Amazing, must listen!
All that I learned and Brene's wonderful presentation skills
That she was being natural - talking to people, not reading something she'd previously written
No, but it is a book I want to listen to again and again.
Gentle, powerful and relatable truths that once realised and practiced, can create great positive changes in a person's life. My relationships and interactions with people have become more authentic and comfortable after discovering Brene Brown's messages/lessons.
Perfect for audiobooks, as she is funny with real research. Had to stop and take down quotes to share on Facebook. Brene Brown is a walking, talking meme maker.
Brene Brown is a very relate-able teacher. She is so down to earth and honest that it makes her research and teachings easy to understand because she translates them through storytelling & examples rather than academic mumbo jumbo
Listening to Brene's experiences with her own children has helped me to realize that its not just okay but really absolutely necessary to be vulnerable with my own.
There's a lot of redundancy in Dr Brown's writings and presentations, and I love that. $omehow, these stories and concepts get integrated into me with each successive listening and become part of how I think about the situations in which I find myself. To say it's therapeutic would not be an overstatement.