“Vulnerability” is a buzzword that we hear fairly often these days, but why is it so important in building a business or nurturing a relationship? Vulnerability can add a level of depth and connection that would otherwise be difficult to reach.
In this episode of Couch Time with Amy Wine, I am chatting with my friend and business coach, Lianne Kim, about why vulnerability has been essential in her business.
Lianne Kim is the Founder & CEO of Mamas & Co. which is an online community of moms who run their own businesses. In the community, moms connect, support and inspire one another through sharing their experiences and goals.
I am also sharing all about an experience and realization that I had on the topic of vulnerability in this episode from when I did my first BETA group for my marriage course.
On Today’s Episode, You’ll Discover:
- Why vulnerability is important for being a leader
- The question I was taught to ask during counseling
- Reasons why people hold back from vulnerability
- How to share from a place of service instead of oversharing
- The disconnection that comes from avoiding vulnerability
- The value of attracting and repelling people in content creation
- My rule of thumb for vulnerable conversations – especially with your spouse
I hope that our discussion and our personal stories show you that putting your authentic self out there can be a rewarding and enriching way to improve your connection with others.
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