October 18, 2019

Brené Brown: the Call to Courage | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

With one of the most viewed TED talks of all time, research professor and best-selling author Dr. Brené Brown challenges you to show up, step into the arena and answer the call to courage. Only on Netflix, April 19th.

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Brené Brown: The Call to Courage

With humor and empathy, Brené Brown discusses what it takes to choose courage over comfort in a culture defined by scarcity, fear and uncertainty.

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45 thoughts on “Brené Brown: the Call to Courage | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

  1. Sorry guys. This just in: Dr. Brown once said something mean about homosexuals on Twitter in 2010. It's time to demand she give up her career. Sad.

  2. More vapid politically correct bs from a belligerent, arrogant narcissist. There's nothing like wallowing in white guilt! We gave up Christianity and this is the crap trying to fill the void.

  3. Today was hard, but this made it better, I failed, I will fail again and again. But I will show up, I am vulnerable and I deserve to be happy.

  4. I can't find a way to send a thank-you email or fan letter to Brene, but I want to thank her for her beautiful work. Her Netflix special and her book "Daring Greatly" have made my life so much richer. Every time I want to retreat into perfection as a defense or to not allow myself to completely feel joy for fear it will be taken away, I remember her words about living wholeheartedly. Thank you, Brene. Your work has made a tremendous difference to me and so many others. I want to go out into the arena with you!

  5. I don't understand why I don't like her (yet). I don't believe all her stories are true but she tells them as if they are true. I don't know why that bothers me. It shouldn't. The stories are there to teach me something. It doesn't matter if they're true or not. I am watching more of her stuff so I can finally experience all these positive feedbacks I'm reading here.

  6. I honestly just don't get Brené or her work. I just spent the last hour watching the special and…I was entirely unmoved. I've tried reading her books before too and had the same result. She is indeed a very confident and competent speaker but not once did I see any evidence that she was being especially vulnerable. Rather, she seems very measured in the stories she told and the information she conveyed. This special felt more like a stand-up comedy routine than a self-help special. Her level of rehearsed comedy reminded me of the recent Ellen DeGeneres special. From this perspective, Call to Courage was mildly "entertaining" but did not seem to contain any useful information.

    When she talks about going to Fortune 500 companies, talking to special forces, etc., I can't help but who hired her and why. I've yet to see any actual skills or strategies she's imparting.

    I would like to contrast Brown with Amy Cuddy (who also did TED and later wrote the book "Presence"). Amy is also an accomplished speaker and speaks about "putting yourself out there and being vulnerable", but she offers endless skills and strategies for the public….and she does it with comedy as well. I can easily see why Amy Cuddy would rise to the top, but not so much with Brown.

    Again, I think Brown is a great speaker, competent and confident, but she seems to bring nothing tangible to the table.

    If anyone would like to comment, I would love to here why you find her work of value. What did you gain from this special and what have you gained from her work? I'd love to hear your thoughts…

  7. Absolutely phenomenal! Thank you Brené for lifting me up today. I can't wait to see, read and learn more from you. You really inspired me saying Today I choose to be Courageous not Comfortable.

  8. Brene, I love, LOVE your advice. You couldn't be more right. I'm a therapist and I work with teens and I try to teach them what you teach others – no matter how hard you failed, you tried, which is more than what most people can say. You can't be brave without being afraid first, and you face that and fail and you've done it! You've got it! You decide what you value and you do what lines up with those values and, regardless of what others think, no matter the outcome, you've been braver than the vast majority of everyone else and that's a something. Venerability requires far more strength than does not being vulnerable. Life is complicated and trying is the best thing you can do. We're taught not to share, not to be vulnerable, not to empathize. If we truly want to be strong and brave and make the world a better place, we have to be vulnerable and anyone who doesn't get that doesn't get the most important lesson life has to teach us. You're amazing. Anyone who says shit about you needing Botox or whatever else knows nothing about what's really important in life. As a wierdo Californian (😉), I appreciate you and your message to the world. (Also, my moment of vulnerability in this little comment section: non-human animals feel fear, shame, and love, they feel pain and they suffer… making the world a better place includes excluding violence towards them. Don't fund it. Help them, help the planet, help us.)

  9. Don't read the comments – except for this one… Thank you for your courage to step on that stage and make a difference. Finding the courage to truly live is one of the hardest things and you are inspiring me to do exactly that – from one introvert to another.

  10. 1hr+ of a white woman bragging abt her summer getaways and personal growths…
    The learning didnt come until the last 20 mins

  11. Hey Brene'….you just gave your support to the cop killing, raciest group 'Black Lives Matter' you nit-wit!!!! You need to do some "research" of the topics you support and discuss.

  12. I met you today, And like many in your audience. I'm waiting for the blurriness of tears to clear up before I can see to text this. Your awesome I can't wait to see Jay my therapist on the 24th to tell him I met you. And, to learn to be present with my husband of 25yrs who is there with and for me through every life issue. I'm gonna stop him from reading our latest book And say James. He will say, you say something. Yes, I love you. I love you to. Now we have 10mins, before Colbert to come on.

  13. This was a great watch! And i highly recommend u take an hr of your life and watch it. I dont watch stuff like this… and had never heard of her b4. But i am so happy i did watch this! Amazing.

  14. "How can you let yourself to be loved if you can't be seen?" Well, how about the power of observation on the side of my partner? Being married for couple of years, you can expect from your husband that he sees you without you trying to "be seen" or be vulnerable. He has spent so many life situation with me! I dont buy this concept at all.

  15. This is the most exciting thing I've learned about all day. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Brene Brown and I can't wait for this!!

  16. Can’t wait!! I read her book “Dare to Lead,” before I had a interview and got the position. I’m not very good at interviews, but I had so much confidence after I read the book. We are all people dealing with vulnerability and some other shit too. Maybe not the same shit, but it’s shit.

  17. I see here they're paving the way to a long-form TED-like kind of shows. I'd be very happy to have shows on topics ranging from astrophysics to anthropology

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