TED Talk – Brené Brown on Shame, Vulnerability, and the Path to Living Whole-Heartedly

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TED Talk – Brené Brown on Shame, Vulnerability, and the Path to Living Whole-Heartedly

Jane Southren - Favourite TED TalksThanks to Heather Crawford for sending these TED Talks to me, and to Jonathan Rosenstein for seconding them as picks for the blog.

They are two epic TED Talks by Brené Brown, who has spent years researching the pathway to a life filled with joy, creativity, love and belonging.

Her thesis is that the very center and point of living is connection and connectedness, and that embracing vulnerability and overcoming shame with empathy are absolutely necessary to creating the connectedness that will take you to the birthplace of a life filled with love, meaning, and challenge.

The story of how she got there – personally and professionally – is incredibly compelling and entertaining.

As always, if you have a favourite TED Talk that you think others would enjoy, please send it on to me!

 

 

 

By |August 14th, 2013|Categories: My favourite TED talks|Comments Off on TED Talk – Brené Brown on Shame, Vulnerability, and the Path to Living Whole-Heartedly