We LOVE BRENE BROWN around here! Our Psychologist Olivia Dangas has put together some information for you so that you can share the love, too 🙂
Brene Brown describes herself as a researcher and storyteller who has spent the last two decades studying vulnerability, courage, shame, and empathy. She places great importance on owning and sharing our stories, and provides guidance on how to do so. We love Brene for her realness, honesty, and quirky sense of humor. She is a charismatic and engaging speaker and the self knowledge and insight she leaves you with is inspiring and motivating. There are so many ways to consume Brene’s goodness, so here is a brief guide.
HBO Series: Brene has just released a five-part series on HBO Max, discussing core concepts from her newest book, Atlas of the Heart. Her discussions are based around emotions and the experiences that make us human. https://brenebrown.com/hbo-max-presents-brene-brown-atlas-of-the-heart/
Netflix Series: Brene also has a special on Netflix titled the Call to Courage. She discusses how to push our comfort zones and how to choose courage in our society of uncertainty. https://www.netflix.com/ca/title/81010166
TED Talks: Brene has done many TED talks and interviews, all of which are full of great information and worth checking out. This one on the power of vulnerability is especially impactful. https://brenebrown.com/videos/ted-talk-the-power-of-vulnerability/
Podcast: Brene has two podcasts, which she regularly releases episodes on. She interviews many influential authors, leaders, and researchers, and shares her own personal insights and information as well. Check out the Dare to Lead podcast, and the Unlocking Us podcast, both on Spotify! https://brenebrown.com/podcast-show/dare-to-lead/ https://brenebrown.com/podcast-show/unlocking-us/
Books: A few of our favourite Brene titles include The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, and Atlas of the Heart. These books will provide you with insight and information about yourself in ways that allow you to reflect and to become a wholehearted person, living a wholehearted life.
Thank you so much for putting all of this information together for us, Olivia!
Olivia would love to work with you. She works with Adults and Youth 13+.
Cheers to becoming a wholehearted person, living a wholehearted life