To rise with authority

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Title: Arise with authority

Author: Bernie Brown

Translator: Seyedeh Farzaneh Hosseini

Publisher: Malikan

Subject: Self-improvement, courage

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 286 p

Language Farsi

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To rise with authority; That is when we are down and alone is written by Berne Brown and translated by Seyedeh Farzaneh Hosseini. The author was a successful social worker in the 1990s.

Story language has always been the best way to convey content to humans. The first man read the story of his prey by fire to express his courage, and social reformers used the story to tell the rules.
In this book, Bernie Brown uses storytelling as a successful helper. It takes the reader with him / her and leads him / her to discover experiences about himself / herself and the world around him / her, and allows him / her to learn that he / she must continue to live.

Reading books with authority; Who do we recommend to when we are down and alone?
We recommend this book to all those who want to be successful in life

Part of the book to rise with authority; Even when we are down and alone
Steve turned his back on me and, after a lifetime, finally said, “I do not want to do this to you, I really do not want to.”

My immediate reaction was fear. What was going on? What did he mean? I do not want to do this with you? Damn, does that mean he doesn’t want to swim with me? Or talk to me? Then it occurred to me that perhaps the “thing” he was saying was to marry me. Time had slowed down and slowed down, fright by fright, and only when I returned to reality did he say, “No, I really do not want to talk to you now.”

I had no more tools and I had no patience: “Give me a lot. We’re talking, right now. do you see? I’m talking, then you’re talking. “So we’re talking.”
After a few seconds of strange silence and turning away from me and returning to the water, Steve finally turned to me and said, “Look, I don’t think it’s okay to go out with the kids; “There really is nothing wrong with that.”

What? I was really confused. “what do you mean? “What are you talking about?”

The nature of vulnerability is simple: if we are brave enough and long enough, we will eventually fall.
This book is about getting up again.

When you are brave in life, sometimes you fall. Then, even though you want to rise again, the stories you tell yourself about personal and professional struggles keep you in a cycle of fear, self-doubt, and regret. Rising with authority will help you fight these stories so you can rewrite your future.

In this book, Bernie Brown takes a very personal and practical approach to accepting fear and failure and creating a more courageous life.
From teachers and corporate leaders to the military and prominent artists, he listens to people talk about their stories of courage, failure, and re-emergence, and then asks himself: What do all these successful people have in common? ? The answer is simple: they understand the power of emotions and are not afraid to rely on them and resent them.

Bernie Brown is a research professor at the university who has spent the past thirteen years studying vulnerability, courage, competence and shame. More than 20 million people have watched Ted’s acclaimed speech. He is one of the most important authors in the field of vulnerability and improvement of personal life.

The nature of vulnerability is simple: if we are brave enough and long enough, we will eventually fall.
This book is about getting up again.

When you are brave in life, sometimes you fall. Then, even though you want to rise again, the stories you tell yourself about personal and professional struggles keep you in a cycle of fear, self-doubt, and regret. Rising with authority will help you fight these stories so you can rewrite your future.

In this book, Bernie Brown takes a very personal and practical approach to accepting fear and failure and creating a more courageous life. From teachers and corporate leaders to the military and prominent artists, he listens to people talk about their stories of courage, failure, and re-emergence, and then asks himself: What do all these successful people have in common? ? The answer is simple: they understand the power of emotions and are not afraid to rely on them and resent them.

Rising authority, based on Berne’s new research on vulnerability and audacity, provides a powerful process for rising after a fall, overcoming mistakes, and dealing with injuries; It is also a way to bring more wisdom and meaning to your life.

Bernie Brown is a research professor at the university who has spent the past thirteen years studying vulnerability, courage, competence and shame. More than 20 million people have watched Ted’s acclaimed speech. He is one of the most important authors in the field of vulnerability and improvement of personal life.

About the author:
Bernie Brown (born November 18, 1965) is a research professor at the University of Houston. He has studied courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy for the past two decades. His five books are among the New York Times bestsellers. These five books are the gift of the imperfection of life with all one’s being, the great courage to live a courageous life, to rise with authority, the courage in vain, and the courage to lead a courageous leadership.

Bernie Brown’s video on Ted Talk titled Vulnerability with more than 38 million views is one of the five most viewed videos in the world.

Bernie Brown lives in Houston with his wife Steve and children Ellen and Charlie.

Bern Brown is a researcher best known for his research on vulnerability, courage, and shame. He explores these issues through interviewing individuals and gathering focus groups on building relationships based on feelings of empathy, belonging, and love. He shares his research by attending TED meetings and appearing on various television programs to talk about his personal journey to understand himself and human life.

Bernie Brown’s research has changed his outlook on work life, love and parenting. Contrary to Brown’s expectations of his research, his six-year study came to a simple conclusion: People who have a strong sense of worth believe they have the value of love and belonging that influences the way their child is raised. Parents who feel valued avoid trying to control their child’s life to prevent failure.
In ordinary societies, the goal of parents is to raise a perfect child with the goal of having a successful life. Common society dictates that in order to be successful, a perfect child must exercise until the age of five, be a member of five extracurricular activities, and be admitted to a prestigious college before graduating from high school. Bernie Brown says one should be wary of this ideology, and it is the responsibility of parents to accept that their children have flaws but to show them that they are still worthy of love and belonging.

Bernie Brown has studied social communication all her adult life. He received his bachelor’s degree in 1995, his master’s degree in 1996 and his doctorate in 2002. He began his career as a research professor at the University of Houston School of Social Communication. He presented his research at TED sessions, the first of which focused on vulnerability and another TED session on embarrassment.

The fateful moment that took her to the TED meeting stage was in 2007 in Minneapolis, where she spoke to a group of about 500 women about shame. Brown had a nervous breakdown, shut down his laptop, and began talking about embarrassment. Instead of formally presenting his research, he embraced the method of verbal storytelling. He also did not miss any opportunity to present his work for 12 years.
The works of Berne Brown are not few. Including a lot of courage: how having the courage to be vulnerable changes our way of life, our love and our upbringing. In 2013, she participated in the opera “Very Emotional Sunday” to talk about 10 common characteristics of aspiring people. Bernie Brown, now the director of Bold Method, is a class for professionals to learn about topics such as vulnerability, courage and the value of useful conversations.

The bold method classroom program is designed to help people find new decisions and methods to get people excited. The aim of this course is to build flexibility skills and daily habits to change the lifestyle, love and upbringing of children.

Berne Brown Quotes:
“It’s hard to take the lead in our life story, but not hard to escape our whole life. It is dangerous to embrace our vulnerability, but not as much as to abandon love, belonging and happiness; Experiences that make us more vulnerable than anything. “Only when we are brave enough to walk in the dark can we find the infinite power of our light.”

“Our credibility depends on the set of decisions we make every day. It is a decision to be present and real. Decide to be honest. “The decision to let our own reality be seen.”

“We can not turn off our emotions at will, and when we turn off painful emotions, we turn off positive emotions as well.”

“Darkness does not eliminate light, it defines it. “We are afraid of the dark, which reflects our happiness in the shadows.”
“Understanding the difference between healthy traction and perfectionism is essential to lowering our defenses and taking over our lives. Research has shown that perfectionism prevents success. “In fact, it is generally the path of depression, anxiety, addiction and paralysis of life.”

“If you change your credibility with security, you may experience: anxiety, depression, eating problems, addiction, anger, blame, dissatisfaction and sadness.”

“Faith is a mysterious place, where we have the courage to believe in things we cannot see and the power to let go of our fears of uncertainty.”

“Perfectionism is the self-destructive and addictive way of thinking that nourishes this basic thinking: If we look perfect and do everything perfectly, we can minimize or eliminate the painful feelings of shame, judgment and blame.”
– Bernie Brown, not a perfect gift

“Vulnerability is the birthplace of initiative, creativity and change.”
“I define communication as the energy that people give when they feel seen, heard, and valued; When they can give and receive without judgment; “When they get strength and nourishment from their relationship.”

“Courage begins when we decide to show up and let ourselves be seen.”

“Because true belonging happens when we present our true and imperfect self to the world. “Our sense of belonging can never be greater than the amount we accept ourselves.”

“Vulnerability is like the truth and it feels like courage. “Truth and courage are not always easy, but they are never considered weakness.”

“If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, the shame will be gone.”

“Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy and creativity. The source of hope is empathy, trust and credibility. “If we want our goal to be clearer or to have a deeper and more meaningful mystical life, our path is vulnerable.”

“What we know is important, but who we are is most important.”

– Bernie Brown, a lot of courage: How having the courage to be vulnerable changes our way of life, love and upbringing

“Shame is exactly what makes us believe we can not change.”
Bernie Brown, I thought it’s just me: taking back women’s power and courage in a culture of shame

“Defects are not a sign of incompetence, they remind us that we are all together on this path.”

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