You Give Vulnerability A Bad Name

You Give Vulnerability A Bad Name - https://strellasocialmedia.com Avatar Posted by centralpawebster under Self-Development
From https://strellasocialmedia.com 52 days ago
Made Hot by: ObjectOriented on February 19, 2020 12:18 pm
I’ve discovered that people like it when you are vulnerable. It makes us relatable. It gives others a sense that they are not alone and can understand our struggles.





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Written by lyceum
47 days ago

Rachel: Thanks for your comment! :) Talk soon again!

All the Best,

Martin



Written by lyceum
48 days ago

Rachel: Thanks for your kinds words. It gives me fuel for my soul. I am glad to hear that you are aware of Chris Brogan's work. Mike Alton recently interviewed him.

All the Best,

Martin



Written by centralpawebster
48 days ago

Always a pleasure, Martin. I'll have to check out Mike's interview as well. Thanks!



Written by lyceum
49 days ago

Rachel: I hear you! More power to you! Have you checked out Chris Brogan's work?

I will talk about my vulnerability regarding an email I received with "constructive" criticism of my first book on tea, from a native English speaking person, expat now living in "Scandinavia." I will share my thoughts about the review in upcoming episodes of my new podcast, The Perfect Cuppa: Tea Sketches. After I have shared this, I could go on and plan for the next book on tea, and other activities, related to my passion for tea.

Best Premises,

Martin



Written by centralpawebster
49 days ago

I appreciate your reply, Martin. Yours is a perfect example of how being vulnerable with your passion may open you up to criticism, but can make you stronger in the long run. Also, I am aware of Chris Brogan's work. Thanks again!



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