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Work and Play with Nancy Ray

Jan 12, 2021

I've decided to take the first month of this year and focus on relationships.

Just focus on my relationships: my relationship with the Lord, my relationship with my husband, my kids, my friends. Relationships are gold in life. They're so valuable. And one of the best resources that I found on relationships last year was a talk given by Brené Brown. It lasts I think 24 minutes-ish. And I'm just going to go ahead and tell you now that her talk is far superior to this podcast episode. And I hope by you listening to this and catching some of the main points of her talk is that you'll take the time and go listen to it from start to finish and take notes.

Her talk is called the Anatomy of Trust, and it's all about how to be a trustworthy person. It breaks down—she's a researcher—she breaks down trust and what that looks like. It's full of beautiful illustrations that are so powerful. And I promise it's worth your time.

Today I'm going to be sharing with you seven ways that you can build trust with those around you and how I'm going to be working on that in my own life.

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Resources from this episode:

Anatomy of Trust video by Brené Brown

Daring Greatly, by Brené Brown


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