The 3 best Brene Brown podcasts

The 3 best Brene Brown podcasts

Looking for the best Brene Brown podcast to listen to?

Brene Brown is a world-renowned researcher, academic, novelist, and speaker. She has spent two decades studying vulnerability, shame, leadership, courage, and empathy.

Brene is also the author of six #1 New York Times bestseller books and the former host of weekly Spotify podcasts named Unlocking Us and Dare to Lead.

This blog post will discuss what Brene Brown covers in her two podcasts and list three of our favorite episodes that you can check out on Spotify. 

Unlocking Us 

Brene Brown’s podcast Unlocking Us contains deep conversations about unlocking your potential. This is an excellent podcast for those looking to love, parent, and lead courageously and compassionately.

What does it cover?

Brene Brown explores books, music, movies, ideas, quotes, and stories that exemplify the true meaning of being human and all the fantastic and brokenhearted moments that come with it.

The Unlocking Us podcast is incredibly authentic, honest, and unpolished. This way accurately reflects the human experience, which is messy, beautiful, and uncontrollable. 

Brene Brown holds conversations with empowering individuals who have taught her lessons, challenged her opinions, confused her, and even annoyed her! You can also expect episodes where she shares exciting discoveries from your research and episodes where she answers your burning questions. 

One of the best Brene Brown podcasts you should definitely check out is the Brene Brown stress cycle podcast with Emily Nagoski and Amelia Nagoski.

Dare to Lead

Brene Brown’s Dare to Lead podcast contains many empowering conversations with change-catalysts, culture-shifters, and innovative troublemakers who dare to lead every day. 

What does it cover?

The podcast is based on Brene Brown’s groundbreaking book – Dare to Lead, which debuted at #1 on the New York Times, and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists.

Her book covers the importance of vulnerability and how leaders should embrace their true selves and enter into conversations that make them feel vulnerable. It also encourages readers to understand their values and think and act according to their unique moral compasses.

The podcast contains a combination of solo episodes and conversations with influential leaders who actively work to make the world more just. The Dare to Lead podcast will definitely help you be brave and lead confidently.

One of the most eye-opening Brene Brown Dare to Lead podcasts has to be Kindness, Math, and the Power of Goodwill with James Rhee.

What is Brené Brown’s best podcast?

Harriet Lerner and Brene’s I’m Sorry: How To Apologize & Why It Matters (Part 1) is considered one of Brene Brown’s best podcasts.

The two-episode Brene Brown leadership podcast is based on Dr. Harriet Lerner’s book – Why Won’t You Apologize? The podcast deals with difficult conversations about making mistakes, healing, and being brave. It encourages listeners to acknowledge the value of an apology, especially in moments of uncertainty or anxiety. 

Why did Brené Brown stop doing podcasts?

Brene Brown decided to pause work on her podcasts on February 1st, 2022. She publicly stated that she decided to stop recording new episodes because she wanted to better understand Spotify’s misinformation policy.

What podcasts has Brené Brown been on?

Apart from her own podcasts, Brene Brown has also appeared on 

  • Skip Intro: The BINGE Podcast
  • Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris
  • We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle

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