Review of ‘Rising Strong: by Brene Brown | Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review’

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When I was a kid, my grandmother always told me, ‘it’s not important how many times you fall down, only how many times you get back up again.’ Rising Strong: the Reckoning, the Rumble, the Revolution by Brene Brown makes that same point. Brown’s main thesis that it’s important to get back up after falling (another good word would be ‘failing’), and she gives great advice on how to bounce back even stronger than before the fall.

Rising Strong: by Brene Brown/Key Takeways, Analysis & Review by Instareads is an excellent summary of this important book. It summarizes it so well, in fact, that it almost makes it unnecessary to read the full work – although, it will make you want to read it. A very good review and analysis of the main takeaways of Brown’s work and a discussion of the author’s writing style, it very effectively gives a capsule description of the main points.

Another home run by Instaread. I give this one five stars.

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One thought on “Review of ‘Rising Strong: by Brene Brown | Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review’

    Jacqui Murray said:
    October 7, 2015 at 2:37 pm

    It’s a tough lesson to learn. It’s tempting to curl into a fetal ball when adversity comes knocking, but it sure feels good to rise and throw a knockout punch!

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