Summary: "With her 2010 TED talk on the power of vulnerability (over 18 million views), her bestselling books on the transformative gifts of shame and vulnerability, and her inspiring call for wholehearted living, Brene Brown has changed the cultural conversation. Her work has been embraced by Oprah Winfrey and corporate leaders alike making her a highly sought after public speaker. For Brene, the conversation about vulnerability and shame naturally evolves into a discussion of bravery--its origins, its catalysts, its chemistry. How we are brave. What constitutes bravery. What activates the impulse to be brave. And how to recognize where our own "hero's journey" begins--in the depths of failure, disappointment, heartbreak, and grief--and how, once we grapple with our story, we are able to rise from those depths and determine how we want our story will end"-- Provided by publisher.Content Notes:
A note on research and storytelling as methodology -- Truth and dare : an introduction -- The physics of vulnerability -- Civilization stops at the waterline -- Owning our stories -- The reckoning -- The rumble -- Sewer rats and scofflaws -- The brave and brokenhearted -- Easy mark -- Composting failure -- You got to dance with them that brung you -- The revolution -- Appendices. Notes on trauma and complicated grief ; Finding a certified Daring Way helping professional ; The gift of imperfection: Summary of key learnings ; Daring greatly: Summary of key learnings.Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-289) and index.
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