Hands up if anyone else has a hard time being vulnerable! Of course you do, me too, everyone does, we’re not alone.
The difference is whether you turn that vulnerability into a strength or let it dictate your life by keeping you in a dark hole hidden from cool stuff. Have you ever noticed that you get paralyzed by vulnerability?
Is there a conversation you haven’t had? A step you haven’t taken? Something awesome that you didn’t experience because the paralysis of being vulnerable got the best of you?
I know this first hand, I used to be TERRIBLE at being vulnerable (still working on it). Which may seem weird because of my personality and how much I love connecting with other people. It took awhile but I’m much better at it now and live a more free life because I don’t let being vulnerable get the best of me.
Not to mention I can’t hide my feelings to save my life. Ok, maybe I could to ACTUALLY save my life but ask anyone that knows me. My face and my body won’t let me hid anything.
If you said yes to any of these questions or all of them then you’re letting vulnerability dictate your life story. Don’t you think it’s time to take control over your own life? To have the confidence to achieve whatever you want and know you’ll be better because of it?
In my experience, the more you’re vulnerable the MORE STRENGTH you’ll acquire.
Because there’s power in being vulnerable and then your vulnerabilities don’t have a hold of you! You can live your life head on going after the MOON!
You never know who is struggling or dreaming the same things you are and when you get that out there you’ll be amazed at how many people you’ll find have or want the same things.
By doing that, by being vulnerable, you may just give someone else the confidence, strength, or encouragement to do the same thing. The possibilities of an incredible life are endless when you become confident in your vulnerabilities!
Everyone is different and everyone’s vulnerabilities are different. Figure out a way you can be vulnerable today and do it! Then let me know! I would love to hear about it!