We looked inside some of the tweets by @BreneBrown and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Kumail Nanjiani is raising his voice for women and we are here 👏 for 👏 it 👏 https://yhoo.it/2yZYBBw
I'm back! So naturally, I wanted to talk about my boobs. http://www.chookooloonks.com/blog/lets-talk-about-boobs-baby
This is AMAZING! https://twitter.com/pulitzercenter/status/1161986022344941569
Toni Morrison’s words are so heavy with truth that one sentence can bring you to your knees or set you free.
Here’s how Toni Morrison changed the way I’m raising my children: https://bit.ly/2YSDjQS
“Word-work is sublime... because it is generative; it makes meaning that secures our difference, our human difference – the way in which we are like no other life. We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives.” —Toni Morrison
Toni Morrison’s words hold so much truth. One sentence can bring you to your knees and the next can set you free.
Grateful for her and the women who introduced me to her work.
She made the world a better place.
Own the story or it owns you.
Because we refuse to own our stories of pain, dehumanization, and white nationalism, the stories of pain, dehumanization, and white nationalism continue to own us. This is us.
Thank you @esglaude
And more #DaringClassrooms
Thank you, teachers! https://twitter.com/fairchildin5th/status/1157466843063472128
Can NOT wait to see what y’all share in #DaringClassrooms - I’ve seen some of the work this teacher has done around BRAVING and it blew my mind!
Teachers are BRAVE LEADERS. ❤️ https://twitter.com/sheliadsutton/status/1157467564747833344
G’day Melbourne! I’ve had coffee, I’m wearing black and I’m so ready for you! Love your city! ❤️
Ethiopia planted a record-breaking 350 million trees in 12 hours to fight climate change
G’day Sydney! Y’all ready to do this?
A reminder for all of us. We can’t give up on vulnerability. It’s the path back to ourselves and each other. #embracethesuck
Courageous leadership is a practice. We have great free downloads and resources on our Dare to Lead hub. Stay brave, awkward, and kind.
We use POV for “point of view.”
Funny story: I used POV 10 times with a military audience until a guy raised his hand and said, “Mam, I’m not clear on why we bring our personally owned vehicle” to the meeting.
Good lesson on not using acronyms - or at least clarifying first! https://twitter.com/cloralee3/status/1148993515684290560