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A Joosr Guide to Daring Greatly by Brené Brown

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How many times has fear prevented you from pursuing your hopes and dreams? Discover why vulnerability is actually a good thing, and how embracing your imperfections can help you dare to take action.

Every time we take a risk in our lives, however big or small, we feel vulnerable and exposed. We often mistake this vulnerability for weakness, but they are not the same. In Daring Greatly Dr Brené Brown first teaches us how to recognize the difference, and then demonstrates why we must be vulnerable in order to dare to live greatly.

You will learn:

· Why you can only achieve greatness when you allow yourself to be vulnerable

· How striving for perfection stifles your individuality

· Why overcoming shame is crucial to your happiness.
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Quotes

    Karla Alcázarhas quoted9 months ago
    Most of us hide behind shields and masks but resent others for doing the same
    Samid Nawahas quoted2 years ago
    There can be no growth without discomfort
    Ann Catherine Dizon Perezhas quoted3 years ago
    Weakness is being unable to withstand an attack or damage, and vulnerability is being open to an attack or damage. You can see that vulnerability is more about knowing where you are weak, and this knowledge allows you to fight or overcome damage in a weak spot.

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