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  • Writer's pictureRuchi Sarna

Is Vulnerability a sign of weakness or a powerful tool for success?


Today, I would like to share how being Vulnerable has helped me in my career.

I've always been a private person. I'm not the type to share my personal life with everyone I meet, and I've always been hesitant to put myself out there. But over the years, I've learned that vulnerability is not a weakness. In fact, it can be a powerful tool for success.


Here are a few examples of how vulnerability has helped me in my career:


⭐I've learned that vulnerability is powerful for building trust and stronger relationships. When I share my thoughts and feelings, it deepens connections with others, leading to more support, collaboration, and trust with the people I work with and also with my customers.


⭐ Vulnerability has also helped me be more authentic. I am no longer afraid to show my true self, flaws and all. This has made me feel more confident and more comfortable in my own skin. It has also helped me be more authentic in my work, making me a more effective leader and creating a more positive and productive work environment.


⭐Vulnerability has helped me become more courageous. I am no longer afraid to fail. I know that if I fail, it is not the end of the world. I can learn from my mistakes and try again. This has led to a more successful career, as I am not afraid to take risks, network and try new things.


Here are a few takeaways from my experience:

  • Vulnerability is not a weakness. It is a strength.

  • When you are willing to be vulnerable, you open yourself up to new opportunities, build stronger relationships, and learn and grow more quickly.

  • If you want to achieve your goals in your career, don't be afraid to ask for help, share your thoughts and feelings, and be open to feedback.

Call to action:

If you are ready to embrace vulnerability and supercharge your career, here are a few things you can do:

  • Start by identifying your fears around vulnerability. What are you afraid of? Once you know what you're afraid of, you can start to challenge those fears.

  • Find a safe space to practice being vulnerable. This could be with a therapist, a coach, or a trusted friend or family member.

  • Start small. Don't try to be too vulnerable too soon. Start by sharing small things about yourself, and gradually work your way up to sharing more personal information.

  • Be patient. It takes time to become comfortable with vulnerability. Don't get discouraged if you don't see results overnight. Just keep practising, and eventually, you will become more comfortable with being open and honest about yourself.

Vulnerability is a work in progress for me and I'm grateful for the positive influence it's had on my career. It has opened doors and facilitated personal growth in a big way.


❓Are you struggling with something? If so, I encourage you to share your vulnerability story in the comments below and please feel free to contact me.

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