"When we're our best selves with each other, I don't think that's what's possible between people; I believe that's what's true between people." A wise thinker and writer, and a sought out teacher by leaders in many fields, Brené Brown is turning her attention ever more to how we walked into the crisis of our life together and how we can move beyond it. Our belonging to one another across every social divide, she says, can never be lost. But it can be forgotten.”
You’ll find the deeply encouraging and insightful conversation here – either as an edited or unedited version. Her most recent publication is Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone – Published September 12, 2017.
I first featured her on this blog in August 2012. The focus of the post was this audio interview (the link still seems to work), and her two TED talks The Power of Vulnerability (Dec. 2010) and Listening to Shame (March 2012). If you haven’t heard of her, or aren’t a reader, start with the TED talks, then have a listen to her three On Being conversations (the latest featured in this post, and the earlier ones can be found here and here). Otherwise, I highly recommend her books.