Tag Archives: Brené Brown

Let’s talk about shame

I wrote this post on a train a few weeks back, in one of those inspired moments when I just had to get the words down onto the page or the screen. I didn’t have wifi at the time so … Continue reading

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PR for the Petrified

Can I be real, authentic, open, honest, vulnerable AND a successful, credible businesswoman? I hope so, because I don’t feel I have a choice. Not anymore. This is a topic that’s on my heart and in my mind and that’s … Continue reading

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Authentic living

“Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to their graves with the song still in them.” That’s a quote by American author, poet and philosopher Henry Thoreau. It dates back to the 1840s but I fear it’s just … Continue reading

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Vulnerability

“Every morning, I set an intention to be courageous.” Those words have been ambling around my brain for the last few days, ever since I heard Brené Brown utter them on Wednesday evening, during a Q and A on vulnerability … Continue reading

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