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“Courage is a prerequisite for all leadership,” she [Brené Brown] says.  And it can be taught.  It’s made up of four skills:  being vulnerable is the most important, followed by sticking to values, trusting others and persistence.  There can be no courage without vulnerability and no vulnerability without the risk of failure.  “One of the things that we learned in the research,” she says, “is that people who have the skills to get back up from a fall will engage in smarter risks and more courageous behaviors than people who don’t.”
    —    Brené Brown
As quoted by:  Belinda Luscombe
In the article:  “America’s reigning expert on feelings, Brené Brown now takes on leadership
Appearing in:  “Time Magazine“,  dtd:  12 November 2018
On This Day In:
2018 And Stable Genius, Too
2017 And So We Continue
2016 Feeling Endangered?
2015 One Day
2014 Too Bad
2013 Unfinished
2012 First Steps Along The Path
2011 A Small Part Of Future Webs

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1.  Show up!
2.  Cultivate authenticity
3.  Set boundaries
4.  Actively practice gratitude
5.  Embrace vulnerability
6.  Let go of perfectionism
7.  Explore your emotions
8.  Build shame resilience
9.  Risk failure
10.  Don’t have any regrets
-= BONUS =-
* Let yourself be seen
    —    Dr. Brené Brown
On This Day In:
2017 Still Trying To Make It
2016 One Lucky Man
2015 Food Change ==> Health Change
2014 10 Commandments Of Logical Arguments (Fallacies)
2013 Sociology Of The Future
2012 1010
There In The Sunshine
2011 Not Enough Time

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