If you’ve spent any time in the personal development world I’d be surprised if you hadn’t heard of Brené Brown. She’s a shame and vulnerability researcher known for her powerful Ted Talks (particularly this one), her best-selling books (like the one I talk about in this episode) and being adored by Oprah Winfrey (there’s no better qualification than that).
I first read Daring Greatly by Brené Brown a couple of years ago and learned A LOT from it then, but when I found myself recommending the book to one of my readers I decided I’d read it too. And I’m so glad I did!
In this episode, I’m sharing the biggest lessons I learned from Daring Greatly and how I’m applying them to my life. If you’re struggling with perfectionism, fear of failure or holding yourself back – this episode is for you! I hope you enjoy this episode and it inspires you to pick up a copy of the book.
If you’ve spent a little time in the self-help world, you’ve probably already heard of this one. But Brené Brown is a queen when it comes to shedding some much-needed light on shame – a feeling that most of us spend a lot of time carrying around but never talk about.
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