For as long as I can remember vulnerability has always been something I disliked showing. I used to do things with an armor that would hide emotions or actions that reflected being or feeling vulnerable. However, I have come to understand that working in a creative environment where you need to expose your work and translate your creative direction to your clients, vulnerability is a given.
Today I would like you to embrace your vulnerability because being vulnerable means being honest with yourself, with your dreams and with the world. Divulging your vulnerabilities without any kind of filter makes us more human, and last but not least remember vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity,, and change.
“It’s very hard to have ideas. It’s very hard to put yourself out there, it’s very hard to be vulnerable, but those people who do that are the dreamers, the thinkers, and the creators. They are the magic people of the world.”