This week we’re talking about Brené Brown’s message of vulnerability. Brown rose to fame in 2011, after a tedx talk that she gave, “The Power of Vulnerability,” went viral. (It’s now one of the top five ted talks of all time.)
In our book we quoted her thesis.
In this week’s New Yorker, author Sarah Larson interviewed Brown and writes, “For more than twenty years, Brown, a Ph.D. in social work, has combined her research results—about shame, vulnerability, and other pillars of emotional life—with stories that illustrate them, delivered with a potent blend of empathy and Texan bravado.”