Shame and Vulnerability: Renee Brown at the TED Conference

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14 Responses to “Shame and Vulnerability: Renee Brown at the TED Conference”
  1. Great speech, thanks for sharing.

    Vulnerability hangover – that’s an interesting phrase. And I agree – vulnerability is not weakness.

  2. Phillip says:

    Saw this at the Epic Fail Pastor’s Conference. Very good. There is another of her from a bit later speaking at the TED national conference. It is also good. One small clarification, her first name is Brene.

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