Dr. Brené Brown’s powerful TED Talk, The Power of Vulnerability discusses the differences between those who don’t feel worthy and those who do.
If you haven’t heard of Dr. Brené Brown, you’re missing out. Technically, she’s a research professor at the University of Houston. That work has led her to an absolutely incredible career as someone who is changing lives with her insights on courage, vulnerability and shame. She’s written 3 New York Times #1 Bestsellers that are masterworks in their respective categories. Today, we’re looking back on her powerful TED Talk, The Power of Vulnerability.
Her TED Talk is one of the most watched TED Talks ever with over 25 million views and counting. In just 20 minutes, Dr. Brown breaks down the research she did on the difference between people who have a strong sense of worthiness and belonging and people who constantly struggle for it. Quite simply, people who have a strong sense of worthiness, love and belonging felt they deserved it. They believe they’re worthy.
“The one thing that keeps us out of connection, is our fear that we’re not worthy of connection.”
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