Daring Greatly Audiobook by Brené Brown [Free Download by Trial]

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Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead by Brené Brown

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Thought leader Brené Brown has created an audiobook called “Daring Greatly” which is considered to be a transformative new way to perceive the way we love, work, lead, educate and parent that helps us understand the power of vulnerability.

We experience many emotions on a daily basis, emotions like uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure which defined what is to be vulnerable or to dare greatly. PhD Brené Brown, LMSW, has employed a research of twelve years for dispelling the mythical belief that being vulnerable is being week and that it is actually our most accurate measure of courage.

Brown teaches us the fact that vulnerability is not only the root of negative feelings such as fear, grief and disappointment; but it is also where love, compassion, joy, empathy, innovation and creativity are born. She claims that by shutting ourselves to feeling vulnerable, we become apart from the experiences that make our lives meaningful.

Daring Greatly is an audiobook that doesn’t focus on winning or losing but on showing courage for facing all the struggles and obstacles that we face every single day and doing it with an open heart in order to make our life concentrate in “never enough” instead of fear.


PhD Professor Brené Brown at the University of Houston is the author of the audiobook called Daring Greatly. In the composition, she explores being vulnerable, which is the main subject of her 12-year research. She expresses that vulnerability leads to greater and deeper fulfilling in professional and personal life.

Among many things it expresses that sometimes we focus on doing and achieving a lot of things while we never stop to consider what we have accomplished and be proud of it, let alone being praised for what we have done, quite on the contrary, our society pushes us to continue on the track and compete with others for seeing who has accomplished more things and who can accomplish ever more at the same time.

Closing to vulnerability keeps you in this track that never ends, while you don’t allow yourself to feel the vulnerability that lets you experience the pleasures of being alive and feel the true achievements in life. More than fear and disappointment, vulnerability lets you feel love, joy, and empathy among many others.

This amazing audiobook has help many people change their lives in order to improve them and feel more comfortable with themselves.

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  • was on the NY subway last night and saw a woman reading Daring Greatly. I approached her and we spoke about how phenomenal of a book it is. Thank you for your continued service to the world and making the world a better place :)
  • .TerryCrews - I'm reading Daring Greatly by BreneBrown and her message about how vulnerability is our greatest measure of courage. Your message is another powerful voice to hammer home that message. Thank you for your bravery
  • Stuck In Neutral - TTrueman Braving The Wilderness - BreneBrown The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - Mark Haddon Everything donaldmiller and bobgoff have ever written. For my wife- Daring Greatly by BreneBrown, Bread & Wine and Cold Tangerines by you!
  • Oh no, I underline my books so much. My book "The Art of Asking" by Amanda Palmer and "Daring Greatly" by Brene Brown are so underlined it may be hard to understand, and Daring is in so many colors for each different reading.
  • “I think we have to question the intentions of any group that insists on disdain toward other people as a membership requirement. It may be disguised as belonging, but real belonging doesn’t necessitate disdain.” - Daring Greatly (BreneBrown) So relevant today.
  • A standout author, for me, is BreneBrown. Her research on shame & vulnerability - & her courage to share it with the world - has challenged me & inspired me. checkout: Rising Strong, Daring Greatly, I Thought It Was Just Me, Braving The Winderness
  • I just finished BreneBrown’s ‘Daring Greatly’. Terrific book, & I highly recommend all of her books & one should read ‘The Gifts of Imperfection’ before this one. The act of understanding shame illuminates so many other issues.