We're going to have to pay more taxes. And so I guess what I'm trying to say is I think that the American public. They believe that power becomes infinite and expands when shared with others. It's a definition that he shared in Memphis, Tennessee, 1968. So rather than having to constantly demonstrate more and more cruelty and a greater capacity for bullying and shaming in those things, it's the opposite. And I thought to myself, wow, how come that can be how could that be? I'll just be really candid with you. Senator and as Vice President. Show Transcript So but it's not about white male power. We can not we can not survive if women in our society aren't fully, thoroughly, totally integrated into everything we do. But by the way, you should know that if you vote for it, you're going to get clobbered by this element of your party. I can get things done. Yeah. For example, they want all the decisions made locally. Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Endowed Chair. It's really important to give people who are experiencing fear and uncertainty a false sense of certitude and safety that is usually based on nostalgia or ideology over facts. And everybody tells me how do we unify the country. But think of how it works most times. Fifty six percent of the American people already arrived at that position because all of a sudden people are figuring out, gotten to know my uncle was gay or didn't know my Aunt Mary was. Go shovel the sidewalk. There's not a lot of protecting because there's a core fundamental belief that, again, power is expansive when we collaborate and when we share it with others. I'm sorry I'm getting in too much a policy. Together, the Bidens raised three children – Beau, Hunter, and Ashley. Ashley, it's on my nightstand along with a picture of my mom and dad when they were younger. She has written 5 New York Times Bestsellers and offers us all a deeper insight to the potential for much deeper authentic connection with others and to ourselves as well. When we talk about power with and power to shared power. I think it's really important. No, it's important to talk about it when I've seen these regional fights, even around covid and I've seen these fights with you know, I'm in Houston, I told my husband, who's a pediatrician, I'm like, we're going to die in our death certificates, going to say death by rugged individualism. Proofread and annotate transcripts for future readers. We often think of it as negative as kind of a strong arm experience where we either feel pressure or something's taken away from us. I'm starting to get that feeling. I-95 has been replaced by I-95, but it's still there. But the issue is not white or male or power. And I think it's being summoned right now. It's produced by Max Cutler, Kristen Azevedo, Carly Madden with Lucy Production and by Caden's 13 Sound Designers by Kristen Acevedo. It's about any power over. Thank you. It's like there is like this mythology that we don't need each other when neuro biologically we're hard wired to go together. If you put the same amount of shame in the petri dish and douse it with empathy, it can't survive." It's just a collection of small marbles over time. Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability Transcript So, I'll start with this: a couple years ago, an event planner called me because I was going to do a speaking event. Is an idea that is generated in the gut, goes to their heart, and they have the intellectual capacity to articulate it, they're the people the people intellectually arrive at it without the feeling, but intellectually know this is the right thing to do. You see a goal of giving people who are in the same amount of fear and uncertainty, transparency. And one of the things that I really love about the broad coalitions of people who agree and disagree and have different life experiences really is this idea of yours that exposure is LibÃ©ration to see me and know me and see that I just wake up and pack lunches and drive, carpool and try to get to work on time just like you. But is the last four years is specifically felt like white male power over making a last stand, like a last ditch effort to maintain that. I want this to be a podcast thatâs real, unpolished, honest, and reflects both the magic and the messiness of what it means to be human. I always say some version of that and my colleagues, anybody listening as they've heard me say it 100 times, the people I trust the most in public life who have an idea. Ninety five percent African-American neighborhood, which was had about a thousand kids a day, come to a public swimming pool. Based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale--the most popular class in the universityâs 300-year history--Laurie will take you through the latest scientific research and share some surprising and inspiring stories that will change the way you think about happiness. Look, I got involved in public life as a kid because of civil rights, not a joke. In 1977, Vice President Biden married Jill Jacobs. I love that. Youâre dead wrong. I it's been an honor. Well, all those cell phones all over America, guess what people saw and they didn't really believe that really happened. People saw a man callously with one hand in his pocket, have a knee on a man whose nose is being crushed against the curb, saying, I can't breathe, and asking for his momma and staying there for eight minutes and forty six seconds till he died. And I just it didn't calculate at all. What the core belief is, and I love that his mom, Kathryn Jean Finnegan, said bravery resides in every heart and that someday it will be summoned. Priya even helps me deconstruct my wedding and why, decades later, people still tell me how different and fun it was! It's jarring to…more The audio book of this book is excellent and it's read by the author (6 lectures). Hi, Shelly! It's also critical thinking, evidence based thinking and information from multiple perspectives is foundational to power within power to begin next with power over. No matter how you can, in fact, attempt to isolate yourself from disease with a little more efficiency, but not very much. And again, this is not just in the political sphere, but this is at work, this is in faith communities. That's about thinking only about yourself and it's got to change back wasn't that's how we built the country. Get so many women. So one way you maintain power over is by demonstrating an ever increasing capacity for cruelty. In this first solo episode, I talk about my passion for this work, what weâve been learning about courageous leadership and skill building, and the differences between armored and daring leadership. In this TED talk, she focuses on vulnerability… Listen to the MP3 Audio here: MP3 – The Power of Vulnerability by Brene Brown @ TED Talks And we're going to give you the first full episode of that next week on Unlocking so you can download it, see if it's your thing. She was really a just has so much character as my dad did. Yeah, because it's it's those little thousand little acts of kindness that can change where we are now. The only way we can get things done when people say you can't unify the country. But it really is. This has been a game-changer for me and for my family! But I remember what happened was in all those states where there were no African-Americans, they'd heard about all that was going on. Brené Brown is an expert on the topics of vulnerability, shame, courage and empathy. Or ahead of their political leadership and the political leadership tends to be timid and afraid to do things that they know in their gut we should be doing when the American people, by and large, have already moved there. Brené talks about living in Beta, the twists and turns and detours of her life, and how she learned more about empathy and people in her “twelve- year journey of bartending and waiting tables and hitchhiking through Europe” than she ever could in classrooms. Mr. Vice President, I am so grateful for the time you've spent with us. And she said because they're not allowed to go to the public school. RSA ANIMATE: Crises of Capitalism . Are not interested in power over, they're interested in power with power to in power within. My dad, Ben, just absolutely disgusted. People always talk about the things that have happened in my view, it... 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