Brené Brown on How to Be Vulnerable
As part of our month-long celebration of our 300th-episode milestone, I’m revisiting some of my favourite, most provocative, most popular and most insightful Great Work Podcast conversations. I’m kicking things off with a riveting discussion I had with the great Brené Brown approximately five years ago, shortly after her first book was published.
Brené tackles some juicy emotional issues: vulnerability, courage, authenticity and shame. I’m inviting you to share your favourite quip or insight from this podcast for your chance to receive a gift from me. To participate in our 300th-episode celebration, either comment below or tweet me @BoxofCrayons with the hashtag #GWP300. Over the next four weeks, we’ll be randomly selecting 10 participants and sending them a coupon for a free ebook version of The Coaching Habit.
In this interview, we explore:
- Why good work is vulnerable work . . . and how vulnerability is the birthplace of creativity, love and joy.
- How Brené stepped away from soul-sucking work and blazed her own path.
- Creating connection and community: how a group called the Love Bombers profoundly changed Brené’s life.
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