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I found this voice very annoying and difficult to listen to. However the content was fascinating !
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
I absolutely loved this book. It touched me and many different ways as there were so many stories within the book that I could relate to regarding shame, guilt and vulnerability. It's an essential work Brenè does with her research and I can't thank her greatly enough for this contribution.
Absolute must read if you are working towards self healing or if you are looking for inspiration how to have compassion for other people, not to mention if you are working in this field or want to work in this field.
Thank you Brenè! Listening to your carefully written words filled me with inspiration, compassion for myself and more longing to dive deeper into my own research of human behavior and struggles. Thank you thank you thank you!
If you could sum up Daring Greatly in three words, what would they be?
Loved the content but hated the monotone of the robotic voice.
How could the performance have been better?
By being narrated by the author.
26 of 26 people found this review helpful
Having already listened to The Power of Vulnerability, I was disappointed to find that that's Brene Brown presenting the identical material to this book to an audience, but that this version has a terrible narrator that really put me off. Her earnestness, emphasising her every single word, really irritated me, and at times I wondered if it was in fact a computer reading rather than a human being because it sounded so odd. It was really disappointing, and I would heartily recommend you choose The Power of Vulnerability over this - you get exactly the same material but presented in Brene Brown's engaging, humorous style, rather than in the strange stilted version this narrator offers, accidentally removing all humour from the book.
33 of 34 people found this review helpful
I'm afraid the narrator was not good! I think Brene delivers the content with a much more engaging manner!
17 of 17 people found this review helpful
The narrator sounds like a computer reading it out: it's completely disconcerting. I like Brene Brown but I would enjoy this audiobook 100x more with a different narrator.
12 of 12 people found this review helpful