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Show Up and Let Yourself be Seen

Is vulnerability the same as weakness? “In our culture,” teaches Dr. Brené Brown, “we associate vulnerability with emotions we want to avoid such as fear, shame, and uncertainty. Yet we too often lose sight of the fact that vulnerability is also the birthplace of joy, belonging, creativity, authenticity, and love.” On The Power of Vulnerability, Dr. Brown offers an invitation and a promise - that when we dare to drop the armor that protects us from feeling vulnerable, we open ourselves to the experiences that bring purpose and meaning to our lives. Here she dispels the cultural myth that vulnerability is weakness and reveals that it is, in truth, our most accurate measure of courage.

The Power of Vulnerability is a very personal project for me,” Brené explains. “This is the first place that all of my work comes together. This audio course draws from all three of my books - it’s the culmination of everything I’ve learned over the past twelve years. I'm very excited to weave it all into a truly comprehensive form that shows what these findings and insights can mean in our lives.”

Guidance and Insights for Wholehearted Living

Over the past twelve years, Dr. Brené Brown has interviewed hundreds of people as part of an ongoing study of vulnerability. “The research shows that we try to ward disappointment with a shield of cynicism, disarm shame by numbing ourselves against joy, and circumvent grief by shutting off our willingness to love,” explains Dr. Brown. When we become aware of these patterns, she teaches, we begin to become conscious of how much we sacrifice in the name of self-defense -and how much richer our lives become when we open ourselves to vulnerability.

“In my research,” Dr. Brown says, “the word I use to describe people who can live from a place of vulnerability is wholehearted.” Being wholehearted is a practice—one that we can choose to cultivate through empathy, gratitude, and awareness of our vulnerability armor. Join this engaging and heartfelt teacher on The Power of Vulnerability as she offers profound insights on leaning into the full spectrum of emotions—so we can show up, let ourselves be seen, and truly be all in.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Cultivating shame resilience—the key to developing a sense of worth and belonging.
  • Vulnerability as the origin point for innovation, adaptability, accountability, and visionary leadership.
  • Our emotional armory - how we use perfectionism, numbing, and other tactics to avoid feeling vulnerable.
  • The myths of vulnerability - common misconceptions about weakness, trust, and self-sufficiency.
  • Discovering your vulnerability armor - recognizing what makes us shut down, and how we can change.
  • The 10 guideposts of wholehearted living - essential skills for becoming fully engaged in life.
  • Six hours of stories, warm humor, and transformative insights for living a life of courage, authenticity, and compassion from Dr. Brené Brown.
©2012 Brené Brown (P)2012 Brené Brown

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Great storytelling, funny, good tips, unscientific

I was in awe at the beginning finiding out how fun that speecher is. The storytelling is really great and captivates immediately. The author has definitely a good and fullfying research carrier. But these speeches are about a personal interpretation that made sense to the author. Shortly: shame is a dark friend; happy people defuse its dramatic influence appropriately by self awareness and self-indulgence.
Surprisingly for a doctor, no research is cited which should advise the listener to take the content as self-help tips.
After 4 hours the speecher starts repeating herself and making her point while talking about the new book. Yet it was worth listening for half of it at least.

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Perfect book to get better

This book really helped me getting better. It’s about being yourself and accepting every part of you.
Worth the price.

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  • Sadie
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The audio makes all the difference.

If you could sum up The Power of Vulnerability in three words, what would they be?

Comforting, Insightful, Fun

Have you listened to any of Brené Brown’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I haven't. I wish she were the narrator of all her audiobooks. I want to buy more of them, but I'm afraid to be disappointed!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Two things really struck me. The first was her assertion that we don't call shame "shame," and people want to avoid the subject. The second was her description of perfectionism as a "20-ton shield" we carry.

Any additional comments?

I don't think reading this in print would even compare to the listening experience. I'd hear it in my own voice - and this message is something that I needed to be "told."

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  • D Smith
  • 18/10/2015

Not a book but loved it.

I was initially disappointed that this was a live recording of Brene Brown teaching, but ended up loving the content!

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  • C. Liriano
  • 11/04/2016

Um wow

I am not entirely sure what to say about this audio book. I am still a little emotional after the end. Brene touches every sensitive nerve in my body.

I picked up this book because of what I do every day. I coach teams at work. I coach the tech geeks on how to work together. It struck me when I saw the title, that the way they trust me is by me showing vulnerability.

What I didn't realize, is all the places that this book would take me. The part about play struck such a nerve, that I ordered the book called play by Stuart Brown.

I love that this seems to be a recording of a seminar. It makes you feel like you were there because she speaks with full emotion. I will listen to this again and order daring greatly. And hope that I get to see brene speak in person someday.

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  • James C. Walter
  • 11/03/2015

Powerful, moving, and painful at times

This book has made such a meaningful impact on me and my life. I urge the listener to listen in small chunks then take the time to reflect. There were several moments that reduced me to tears.

Also, I am a 46 year old male attorney. The concepts Brene Brown talks about are universal.

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  • Kevin
  • 13/08/2013

A must listen to! For me anyway :)

What made the experience of listening to The Power of Vulnerability the most enjoyable?

This book as Brene Brown's other book has help me understand why things come to my mind as they do. Being a man that's not wired to think about feelings and not even talk about them! This with her other books has realy help me to take and not be afraid to say how I feel about what ever. Thanks so much to Brene Brown for your work! and please don't stop looking and doing what you love.

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  • A. Yoshida
  • 09/06/2017

Book for Everyone

The beginning of the audiobook starts off with a recording of the author's appearance on TED Talks. Instead of listening to it, watch the video so you can see her expressions and gestures (which adds to the humor in the story).

If you've ever made a mistake and beat yourself up for it, this book is for you. So essentially, this book is for everyone. Instead of complicating our lives and guarding our insecurities, we can learn to accept that we're all human, appreciate our courage and frailty, enjoy life more fully, and live more authentically.

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  • Elaina
  • 10/07/2013

Wonderful!

I loved this talk. I have listened to, "The Gifts of Imperfection," "Daring Greatly," and her 2 hour talk on parenting. I think this talk is the best overall. If you only buy one of her downloads, I would buy this one. She covers all the topics in the other books. The format is great, Brene is a brilliant speaker. When you listen, it sounds like she is talking to you personally, not to a room full of people. (You can hear people laugh and clap, but the audio is recorded well and it is not annoying.) A great listen! One I will refer to many times when I need some guidance and an extra boost of confidence. Thanks Brene!

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  • Lori R.
  • 27/04/2016

Great for everyone!

My therapist suggested this read when I was having trouble finding compassion for selfish family and friends. This book changed my mindset in many ways especially with issues I believed I was doing great with. I bring up chapters from this audiobook to discuss in therapy and it has helped build on solutions and personal goals. Highly recommend!!

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  • Stacey DeHoff
  • 15/08/2015

Life changing and entertaining

Brene makes you feel better about the things you do that you were embarrassed to share with others. For me it's random grocery store dance moves and the cry that ends up a laugh.

I called my best friend at various points in the book with some "you should read this, because we aren't as crazy as we thought" moments!

I could definitely do a better job living a whole hearted life, so thanks Brene for providing the guideposts!

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  • Ang Goody
  • 06/03/2016

Read this before Daring Greatly

This is Brene's early work before Daring Greatly where is takes us I to her deeper research on vulnerability. This is a live book, which sometimes gets frustrating because she's talking to an audience. Great work and important for anyone treating clients in the mental health field. Also great for our own personal growth. I'm a huge Brene Brown fan and she doesn't disappoint!

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  • Conny
  • 18/08/2017

Loved every second of it!

Präzise strukturiert, authentisch vorgetragen, research-getriebene Erkenntnisse. Wer sich unsicher ist, schaut erst ihren TED-Talk an.

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  • Katerina Simkova
  • 29/07/2017

Simply awesome

Even though it's not a usual audio book, I really loved the way it was told. Not the mention the content itself! Very powerful thoughts

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  • Kibimaus
  • 02/06/2017

Der Inhalt ist unfassbar wertvoll

Ich bin durch eine Freundin auf Brene Brown aufmerksam geworden und habe mir Ihre diversen Videos auf YouTube angeschaut. Ich kann mich in fast allen Aussagen wiederfinden. Ihre sehr sympathische Art über ihre eigenen Makel zu sprechen, hat mir das ein oder andere Lächeln über die Lippen gebracht, da man automatisch mitfühlt. Ich schätze ihre Art Dinge zu erklären, gesprächstempo und Stimme sind sehr angenehm. Da das Hörbuch offensichtlich bei einem Seminar aufgenommen wurde, kann man die Reaktionen der Teilnehmer nicht sehen und muss daher manchmal seine Phantasie nutzen. Gewisse Inhalte und Beispiele aus ihren Vorträgen wiederholt sie in diesem Hörbuch. Es geht um unangenehme Themen wie Scham, Verletzlichkeit, Mitleid vs. Mitgefühl usw. und welche Chancen hinter diesen unangenehmen Gefühlen liegen. Das Hörbuch ist keine to do Liste um ein besserer Mensch zu werden, lässt uns jedoch über unser eigenes Verhalten und unser Verhalten gegenüber anderen nachdenken. Viel zu oft verstecken wir uns hinter Fassaden. Dabei haben wir doch gar nichts zu verlieren und so viel zu gewinnen. Ich kann dieses Buch wärmstens empfehlen

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  • Dr. Hagen Böser
  • 10/07/2018

Guter Workshop als Hörbuch. Toll!

Die Ideen verschiedener Bücher von Brené Brown kommen im Workshop zur Sprache. Ihre locker Vortragsweise macht das Hören unterhaltsam und nicht nur lehrreich. Ihr Englisch ist klar und deutlich und erleichtert das Hören in einer Fremdsprache.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 07/06/2018

Greatly inspirational

unbelievebly relatable and to the point. loved every second of the reading and will definitly listen to it over and over again

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 16/04/2018

I loved every part of it.

She is so funny and authentic. I learned a lot and laughed a lot. It gives a brought view on many topics that actually can influence everybodys lives and I think it illustrates nicely how important qualitative research is.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 26/03/2018

This book did something

The way Brené tells her stories is amazing. She comes with real practical examples from her own experience. During the whole book I was like; aha... yes... whole.... uhuh.... laughing.... repeat.

A must read.

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  • ALEXANDRA RAGALIE
  • 14/03/2018

Amazing! Highly recommend

So easily narrated and easy to follow. Authentic
And very good to build up knowledge on vulnerability and shame.

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  • Huong Ly Bui
  • 07/03/2018

i absolutely loved it

im so so happy that i purchased this one. shes an absolutely incredible person, sharing her stories as well making it highly relatable. i kinda knew a lot, but often for me it's not about knowing but feeling it as well. it helped me realise quite a bit.

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  • Lihi Ben Haim
  • 26/02/2018

Empowering!

An important book, an important researcher. this is a very valuable read. and Brene is the best reader of her own books.