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How to be your most courageous self

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Brené Brown discusses her new book, “Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts”, and shares the powerful vulnerability toolkit that will help each and every one of us to show up, contribute, and lean into our purpose.

Dr. Brown’s powerful work is the culmination of a seven-year study on the future of leadership, and it uncovers some surprising truths about the things that hold us back from being our most courageous, open-hearted and effective selves.
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Is this something you would do?
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I recently used this quote from Brene in one of my youtube animations: “You can choose courage or you can choose comfort, but you cannot have both”
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Liked it before I listened because it's Marie and Brene
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When she mentioned how it’s mostly women who unfollowed her and had terrible things to say really hit home for me. As a teacher you work with mostly women and I saw a lot of women being nothing but dogs to one another. A lot of sabotage to someone’s reputation and career because some women feel like if you’re a threat then they need to do that to you or another woman just to keep their position or feel secure with themselves or their work.
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I took away from this is how she defined and described what empathy really is. As an empath I use to always feel like I had to be my coworkers’ superhero. And I often found myself fighting battles that had nothing to do with me or our work/ job duties. I took on their personal issues and feelings and instead of being a hero I turned into a monster. Smh this podcast helped me see a flaw as an empath that I possess that I need to correct.
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I call bullshit on empathy being too exhausting'. Thank you for saying this Dr Brown. I agree so very much with what you have to say about empathy.
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I have a question: it seems “rumbling” requires a vulnerability, honesty and forthrightness from all the people involved. And certainly Brene and Marie have done a stellar job training their respective teams in what is expected of them regarding having difficult conversations. However in the wider world, people are not so well trained. What do you do when the person you need to rumble with is defensive, manipulative or worse?
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Wow, I need to keep that in mind when I feel scared to show up as a leader in my own life. The fear will always be there but am I armouring up because of the fear? that's the question :/
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Thank you - I really needed this. I appreciate both of you sharing your stories of not having your shit completely together too - It's easy to look at women like you two and think"there's no way I could ever be as free, open and successful as these two" but this gives me hope that with effort, I will find my way.
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Two of my favorite women in the same podcast!
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Ahh this is so cool! I recently graduated with a degree in social work, and have read so much of Brene Brown’s work over the years!
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I have listened to hundreds of hours of personal development videos. I have never felt so compelled to comment--Brene totally nailed it, of course. It isn't our fear--its how we show up when we are experiencing fear! Love it thank you. Landed here like a ton of bricks.
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