10 lessons from Brene Brown for living your happiest life

10 lessons from Brene Brown for living your happiest life

Who doesn’t love Brene Brown?

And who doesn’t want more happiness?

So what happens when you put the two together? You get some great tips for living your best life with more happiness and courage…

via brit.co by Annette Cardwell

We’re only a week away from Re:Make 2016 Summit and Festival, happening in San Francisco September 30 and October 1! And while there are a LOT of amazing speakers scheduled, we’re seriously fangirling over Dr. Brené Brown. Ever since delivering her landmark TED Talk on “The power of vulnerability” back in 2010 (in the top five of all time with over 26 million views), she’s been inspiring everyone from us fangirls all the way up to queen Oprah herself, who referred to Brown as her “soulmate.”

All her fans are totally inspired by her message of overcoming fears of failure and heartbreak, as well as the fear of letting yourself be truly happy and fulfilled, in order to live your best and happiest life! And best of all, she backs it all up with loads of research. She has three books to top the New York Times Bestseller list, and now she has a new program of online classes and workshops called COURAGEworks that encourage “braver living and loving.”

If you’re coming to Re:Make, you’ll get to experience her amazingness IRL, but until then, let’s look back on 10 quotes that were hugely inspiring and eye-opening to us.

1. Nothing’s harder or more painful than not being yourself — so be authentic. “Authenticity is a collection of choices that we have to make every day. It’s about the choice to show up and be real. The choice to be honest. The choice to let our true selves be seen.”
2. Realizing that you ARE worthy changes everything. “When you get to a place where you understand that love and belonging, your worthiness, is a birthright and not something you have to earn, anything is possible.”
3. Don’t let shame hold you back or make you feel unworthy. “Shame is the most powerful, master emotion. It’s the fear that we’re not good enough.”

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