Discernments, Empowerment, Humanity, Imperfectly Human

Power of Vulnerability and Daring Greatly


Caught an awesome broadcast on the above topic’s with Dr. Brene Brown on Oprah’s life-class. Of course  I took some notes always in empowerment mode, as the illustration suggest so here goes. Take from this what you will but I hope that somewhere along the words and lines you find  growth and most of all the power to show your softer side to those you value and trust. The message is  Daring Greatly while being vulnerability to initiate change or allow your emotions to be transparent to those that count. If you have the ability to retrieve this broadcast which aired this past weekend then do so you won’t regret having a front row seat in your life and personal circumstances. So, this is what I came away with.
Life is about showing up, being open-hearted and being seen
It is possible to be brave and afraid simultaneously
Engineer great things
Don’t allow things to cage, limit or keep you small
If you show up in your life it’s inevitable to fail at something’s don’t get discouraged
If others aren’t striving or risking themselves they are irrelevant and poor critics
Never wonder what it would have felt like if you don’t take the time to show up
Showing up has its dangers
Learn to be yourself at all cost
Vulnerability begets vulnerability
Vulnerability is the birth place of innovation, courage, trust, intimacy and connection
Share with people who have earned the right to hear your story
Bare your soul without any guarantees
Vulnerability is saying I love you first
People don’t yearn for perfection but want flawed and real
The reflections of you when your vulnerable are priceless Picasso
In the absence of love and belonging is suffering
We all want love and connection which are the key’s to vulnerability
Well I’ve said more than a mouthful and I hope it’s been helpful.
Namaste, Taylor

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