Extended Summary Of Daring Greatly: How The Courage To Be Vulnerable Transforms The Way We Live, Love, Parent, And Lead — Based On The Book By Brene Brown
Do you feel your vulnerability makes you weak?
Are you ashamed when you're wrong?
Do you consider yourself less than others?
Embrace your imperfections and make them a source of strength
About the original book
This work presents a practical method to overcome low self-esteem that slows people down and to help them achieve a more authentic and happy life.
It’s especially recommended for those who are ashamed when a boss or friend shows them their mistakes and for all those who wish to progress by naturally accepting their vulnerabilities.
What will you learn?
You’ll understand important concepts for your life: vulnerability, courage, shame, and dignity.
You’ll accept that being vulnerable is normal and not a defect.
You’ll overcome the kind of shame that leaves you without a reaction and prevents you from moving forward.
You’ll finally overcome the fear of social disapproval.
You’ll build essential strength and resilience to be happy.
Chapter 01: Where Does Shame Come From?
Chapter 02: What's The Role Of Shame In Current Culture?
Chapter 03: Are Shame And Vulnerability The Same?
Chapter 04: Why Embrace Our Vulnerability?
Chapter 05: What Happens If We Exager Our Vulnerability?
Chapter 06: How To Resist Shame?
Chapter 07: How To Bring Down The Shields That Hide Our Vulnerability?
Chapter 08: Why Is A Shame Atmosphere Always Toxic?
Chapter 09: How Can We Start Changing The World?
Chapter 10: What Is The Leader’s Responsibility?
About Mentors Library
Books are mentors. Books can guide what we do and our lives. Many of us love books while reading them and maybe they will echo with us a few weeks after but 2 years later we can’t remember if we have read it or not. And that’s a shame. We remember that at that time, the book meant a lot to us. Why is it that 2 years later we have forgotten everything? That’s not good.
This summary is taken from the most important themes of the original book.
Most people don’t like books. People just want to know what the book says they have to do. If you trust the source you don’t need the arguments. So much of a book is arguing its points, but often you don’t need the argument if you trust the source you can just get the point.
This summary takes the effort to distill the blahs into themes for the people who are just not going to read the whole book. All this information is in the original book.