Dr. Brené Brown: The Can’t Miss Interview On Shame, Self Worth Empathy & Living a Courageous Life
The Science of Success
Mental Health Feature (Part 2): Obsessed with Loneliness (The Brené Brown Inspired Series) with Julie Lokun & Tia Walden
Dear Podteaser, In this second installment on mental health this week, we introduce you to a show that is OBSESSED With Humans On The Verge Of Change. As a team of coaches with expertise in business, law, nutrition and health, no subject is off limits. In this episode you get to know one of the hosts in a whole new way, as Tia Morell Walden, co-host of the show, opens up to Julie Lokun about the immense grief and joy she encountered in such a short time. Tia is a newlywed, a grieving sister, and a mother-to-be. The complexity of emotions they share, and their really vulnerable discussion about loneliness, grief, and the process of recovery is truly eye opening. Obsessed is one of my favorite shows, and I'm not just saying that because it's my business bestie's flagship podcast. You might call me Obsessed with Obsessed... and its one of the most heart-wrenching stories I've yet to hear on any podcast -- ever. I hope you enjoy it. I know you will -- as you laugh, cry, and move into your day with hope and love for what's to come. It's time to embrace your loved ones, accept moments of loneliness, and move into the future you want to build, as you become a fan of Obsessed. Let's Mix it! Corinna Bellizzi Co-founder of Podtease & The Mediacasters---Obsessed with Loneliness Show Notes: What is loneliness? Brené Brown, the author of Atlas of the Heart (a book we are obsessed with), defines loneliness as:The absence of meaningful social interaction—an intimate relationship, friendships, family gatherings, or even community or work group connections. Today the world appears to be becoming more and more disconnected, with the cracks between people, races, genders, ethnicities, political beliefs, religions, and philosophies widening at an alarming rate. But, when we look deeper, this disconnection and the political and economic machines that are moving people apart are ironically spawning movements bringing people closer together than ever. People are united in their humanity, joined by their hearts, by their desire for a better world, and the sincere wish to help others who are less fortunate. It takes tremendous strength and courage to remain open-hearted and vulnerable in the world we live in today. And yet, to survive, we must lead from the heart. And we must belong to ourselves. Loneliness is disconnection (versus being alone). We are social creatures, and in today's climate, it is easier and easier to become disconnected, which leads to loneliness. In Tia's case, she suffered immense grief after her sister's death. And she disconnected from all those around her. She was surrounded by many people - yet felt a deep loneliness.In this episode, Tia and Julie share their insights and stories about facing the feeling of loneliness and how it leads to disconnection – and how to pick yourself up from being lonely and disconnected. This episode is dedicated to Shelby Sandahl, a loving sister to Tia who has touched many people's lives. What You Will Learn From This Episode:01:23 - The difference between loneliness and being alone 02:02 - Linking loneliness to disconnection 06:40 - Getting into the darkroom 08:31 - Avoiding being hard on yourself11:02 - The need to become self-aware 11:37 - Coping with the inevitability of change13:36 - Having an armor as a means for pain protection14:52 - Rebuilding and reconnecting with your communityResources Mentioned:Brené Brown’s 30 core emotions https://brenebrown.com/resources/list-of-core-emotions/Atlas of the HeartObsessed with Leaning into Grief ft. Heidi Dunstan - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/obsessed-with-leaning-into-grief-ft-heidi-dunstan/id1559480972?i=1000545180987See What Your Obsessed Girls Are Doing and Send Us Feedback!CROWN AND COMPASS | Linktree - https://linktr.ee/crownandcompassgirls--Do you want your show to be featured on our next Podtease? Send us a note via Instagram @podtease
Brené Brown & Barrett Guillen Sisters Double Date!!
We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle
1. Brené and Barrett share their parenting strategy that Brené calls “the opposite of raising a child that’s full of shame.”2. The family of origin roles that Brené (the Protector) and Barrett (the Peacekeeper) had to adjust in order to work together–and the two keys to working well with family. 3. The ways in which a child who grows up living on eggshells becomes an adult who is fearful–and how that fear shows up differently for Brené, Barrett, Glennon, and Amanda. 4. The hilarious moment when each sister confesses a secret that they fear the other believes about them–and we find out whether or not it’s true. 5. How Brené and Barrett are walking through the grief of their mother’s sudden decline, and how they circle back when the stress of that grief makes them shitty to each other. About Brené: Dr. Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Foundation Endowed Chair at The Graduate College of Social Work.She has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy, is the author of six #1 New York Times bestsellers, and is the host of the weekly podcasts Unlocking Us and Dare to Lead. Brené’s books have been translated into more than 30 languages and titles include: Dare to Lead, Braving the Wilderness, Rising Strong, Daring Greatly, and The Gifts of Imperfection. Most recently Brené collaborated with Tarana Burke to co-edit You Are Your Best Thing: Vulnerability, Shame Resilience, and the Black Experience. In her latest #1 New York Times bestseller, ATLAS OF THE HEART, which has been adapted for television and now streaming on HBO Max, she takes us on a journey through eighty-seven of the emotions and experiences that define what it means to be human. Brené lives in Houston, Texas, with her husband, Steve. They have two children, Ellen and Charlie.TW: @BreneBrownIG: @BreneBrownAbout Barrett: Barrett Guillen is Chief of Staff for Brené Brown Education and Research Group. With her team, Barrett supports both Brené and the organization by helping to prioritize competing demands, managing relationships, and building connective tissue and strategy across all business initiatives. Barrett holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Kinesiology from the University of Houston. After more than a decade in education in the Texas Panhandle, Barrett and her family moved back to the Houston area to join Brene’s team in making the world a braver place. Having the opportunity to work with her sisters every day has been one of the great joys of her life. Outside the office, you can find Barrett spending time with her family (immediate and extended), enjoying her daughter’s games, eating her husband’s famous burgers, floating in the water (any water!), or on the pickle ball court. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. How to know when to dig deep–and when to quit digging. 2. The greatest blocker of connection–and how to remove it.3. How to handle our fear (without obsessively controlling our people and our environment).4. Why we all deserve a standing ovation for navigating relationships over the past two years. About Brené: Dr. Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Foundation Endowed Chair at The Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy, is the author of six #1 New York Times bestsellers, and is the host of the weekly podcasts Unlocking Us and Dare to Lead. In her latest #1 New York Times bestseller, ATLAS OF THE HEART, which has been adapted for television and now streaming on HBO Max, she takes us on a journey through eighty-seven of the emotions and experiences that define what it means to be human. Brené’s books have been translated into more than 30 languages and titles include: Dare to Lead, Braving the Wilderness, Rising Strong, Daring Greatly, and The Gifts of Imperfection. Most recently Brené collaborated with Tarana Burke to co-edit You Are Your Best Thing: Vulnerability, Shame Resilience, and the Black Experience. Brené lives in Houston, Texas, with her husband, Steve. They have two children, Ellen and Charlie.TW: @BreneBrownIG: @BreneBrown To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Power of Vulnerability | Brené Brown | Closer Today
The Power of Vulnerability | Brené Brown | Closer Today 014 Hello Beautiful People! Being vulnerable is one of the hardest things that I’ve had to do during my infertility journey. What I guess I had to learn during my journey is that when I was a kid I was taught subconsciously that my feelings didn’t matter, so I became a tough girl. I didn’t cry. I didn’t express my feelings - to be frank, I was kind of a bitch.I found learning to be Vulnerable during infertility was doubly hard, as I wanted to guard myself against the constant disappointment of not being pregnant month after month. Remember I went almost six years with never seen a positive pregnancy test which included two failed IVFs. For being vulnerable during infertility can open up so many new wonderful emotions that you didn’t even know existed.You can connect with Brené Brown over on her website | Listen to the whole clip here | Check out a few of her books, including The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are in the Mind and Soul sectionLet's Do This Together 💚 Monica 🦩 Get Steps Closer to Getting & Staying Pregnant with the Fertility Formula:: https://www.findingfertility.co/offers/wFXrVFk5 Connect with Monica over on: Instagram: https://bit.ly/FindingFertilityIG TikTok: https://bit.ly/FindingFertilityTikTok 🎙 Subscribe on your favourite podcast platform: Apple: http://bit.ly/FINDINGFERTILITYAPPLE Google: http://bit.ly/FINDINGFERTILITYGOOGLEPLAY Stitcher: http://bit.ly/FindingFertilitySTITCHER Spotify: http://bit.ly/FFSpotifyPodcast 🍍Support Finding Fertility & shop for your favourite fertility-friendly products over on: Seeking Health: https://bit.ly/FFSeekingHealth Amazon: http://bit.ly/FindingFertilityAmazon 🍍 Anything written or said about health and diet are my opinions, that I have formed over the years, through trial and error, study, reading, listening and observing. What worked for me may not work for you. I am not a doctor, nutritionist or dietician and all medical advice should be gotten from a qualified professional. Product recommendations are based on what I used during my infertility journey or wish I had.
Coping Through the Great Awkward — Inspired By Brené Brown
Team Engineered Podcast
Welcome to the Great Awkward. It’s that overarching emotion of hesitation and frustration after the adjustments and sacrifices we made during the pandemic.Employees are reluctantly returning to their offices. Others are getting new-job jitters after realizing their previous one wasn’t cut out for them. Families and couples are discovering new things - both pleasant and insufferable - about each other in more tight-knit daily routines.The Great Awkward has also become a return to the humane and the things that matter most.This time in our lives doesn’t have to be complicated.Tune in to this new Team:Engineered show — Coping Through the Great Awkward.Key points covered in this episode:[00:06:31] Kyle Probert and Jade Green emphasize the importance of compassion. People all around the world are going through the same thing and are just trying to get by. - from being caught wearing undies in a Zoom call or getting busy taking care of kids. Just an ounce of understanding can go a long way in this current situation.[00:09:59] Create a ritual where everyone can be vulnerable together. Before the pandemic, chatting with our workmates by the water cooler in between breaks was our social habit. Jade Green explains how we are disconnected more than ever. Nobody wants to break the ice as everyone is experiencing their own “awkward” phase - whatever COVID has brought upon them. “If you've got everybody that's feeling like that, who's going to step up and break the ice?”[00:12:34] Make everyone feel like they’re on the same playing field. Kyle Probert shares how others may seem like they’ve got their stuff together. And this makes you feel left out and question your self-worth. But you have no idea what’s going on underneath. The pandemic has turned into a great equalizer. “It’s really good to let everyone know that we are all human. We all face the same problems. Our food comes from the same place. We drive the same sort of car.”[00:15:49] Be wary of the divisiveness of opinion. Physical distancing doesn’t just happen in public places. It has also seeped into the collective beliefs. As people are glued to the internet 24/7, misinformation and differing ideas about health, politics, and inclusivity stir up our already-chaotic lives.[00:18:34] Kick unconscious bias. The conversation of discrimination continues to thicken in the workplace during the pandemic. Minorities are left out in the job market as employers push their biases in their recruitment. Fight against racism and societal segregation with self-awareness and filtering our decisions with our personal values.[00:23:31] Equip your team with the tools to eliminate unconscious bias. ________________ABOUT TEAM: ENGINEEREDTeam: Engineered is your go-to podcast for all things team building and business scaling. With a focus on the human aspect of business rather than just numbers and statistics, hosts Jade Green and Kyle Probert will be giving you simple systems and processes that you can implement immediately to see positive growth in the culture and profits of your business. Learn more and visit www.teamengineered.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today’s author condenses two decades worth of research into a comprehensive guide for mapping meaningful connections. Join Joe & Mike as they consider emotions and explore the language of human experience. Links Support the Show 2022: The Year of Recalibration The 5am Club by Robin Sharma Concept 2 Model D Atlas of the Heart by Brene Brown Bookworm 136: Thinking in Systems Bookworm #113: The Great Mental Models, Volume 1 Bookworm #130: Courage is Calling The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale Bookworm #38: Mindset Bookworm #9: Daring Greatly Bookworm #135: Four Thousand Weeks Bookworm #42: How to Read a Book How to Change by Katy Milkman Personal Socrates by Marc Champagne The Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction by Alan Jacobs Bookworm YouTube channel Join the Club Recommend a Book Book List Leave a Review Mike's Rating: 5.0Joe's Rating: 5.0
Beloved bestselling author and scientist Brené Brown has spent the past two decades researching courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy. Her newest book, Atlas of the Heart, draws on that research and provides a map to capture the nuanced language of human emotion. In conversation with Chief Booklover Heather Reisman, Brown explains that the book came together through thousands of interviews and real-life examples. She also shares how new research completely changed how she thinks about humiliation and shame.For a transcript & to shop this episode, click here.Please make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode!To shop books and products mentioned in this episode visit: indigo.ca/podcast
We’re back for a brand new season and PINCH ME BECAUSE I TRULY CAN’T BELIEVE I’M WRITING THIS but…Our first guest of 2022 is…The one, the only…Brené Brown.I’m a huge admirer of Brené’s work, much of which laid the groundwork for the formation of this podcast. She has spent the past two decades researching and changing the global conversation around courage, shame, empathy and vulnerability. She is a professor at the University of Houston, the the author of five number one New York Times bestsellers, the host of the weekly podcast Unlocking Us, which averages one million listens per episode and her 2010 TED talk, ‘The Power of Vulnerability’ is one of the most-watched of all time. Her latest book, Atlas of the Heart, takes the reader on a journey through 87 emotions and experiences that define what it means to be human.Brené joins me to talk about the failure of her first book, failure to prize consistency over intensity and her multiple failed hobbies ‘where buying the supplies was more fun than the actual hobby.’ I loved this conversation so much because of the truth bombs it contains (I was feverishly writing notes so I would’t forget any of what she said) but also because Brené speaks with such honesty, clarity and humour about what it is to be human and how to make sense of the world.Even if this weren’t actually my podcast, I’d tell you this episode is a must-listen.--Buy Atlas of the Heart here: shorturl.at/bgEZ6Visit Brené's website here: https://brenebrown.com/Listen to Brené's podcasts here: https://brenebrown.com/podcasts/Watch Brené's TED talk here: https://www.ted.com/speakers/brene_brown---How To Fail With Elizabeth Day is hosted by Elizabeth Day, produced by Naomi Mantin and Chris Sharp. To contact us, email email@example.com---Social Media:Elizabeth Day @elizabdayHow To Fail @howtofailpod Brene Brown @brenebrown