Do hard things.
I know it’s not fun or easy, but doing hard things builds muscle.
You know from earlier posts that I’m not a big fan of vulnerability.
It’s a scary $5 word that means allowing yourself to show others your true thoughts and feelings–not the “No, really I’m fine” when things get tough.
To use one of my step mom’s favorite quotes, “It’s like wearing your socks in the shower.”
Being vulnerable will not–I repeat–will not always be comfortable.
I’m not talking about the no boundaries kind of life either because people who embrace vulnerability have well defined boundaries.
I learned that from Dr. Brene Brown, a leading researcher and author on vulnerability. We talked about her book Rising Strong awhile back.
So, this week I encourage you to do hard things.
Be willing to embrace vulnerability.
Write back and tell me how it goes. I’ll do the same, okay?
Next Sunday we’ll talk about this subject again.