Brené with Scott Sonenshein
on Stretching and Chasing
In this episode, researcher and professor Dr. Scott Sonenshein and I talk about the art and science of being scrappy, why outsiders are sometimes better than experts, and why comparison is truly the thief of joy. This book turned things upside down for me – in the best way. I hope the conversation does the same for you.
Scott Sonenshein, PhD
Scott Sonenshein, PhD, is a chaired Professor at Rice University and a New York Times best-selling author whose ground-breaking research in organizational psychology has been translated into twenty languages. His research empowers people to find joy, meaning and success in their work and life by acting resourcefully. His award-winning research, teaching, and consulting have helped Fortune 500 executives, entrepreneurs and professionals, and he is the author of the book Stretch: Unlock the Power of Less – and Achieve More than You Ever Imagined and Joy at Work, co-written with Marie Kondo.
Stretch: Unlock the Power of Less – and Achieve More Than You Ever Imagined by Scott Sonenshein
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