What’s up my ninja!!
Let me take the time to add value to your life...for fweeeee!!
Yea, I used a W there because I want to break the norm. I’m also breaking the norm by actually giving you value without some silly gimmick. Do what you please after this. (But if you love me and what I provide...show me love, show me love)
It’s the one thing people tend to shy away from because we’ve all been through a number of scenarios in our lives where vulnerability led to some unforeseen pain. Yep, I SAID IT. Everyone has been scarred in one way or another by someone else after being vulnerable.
Vulnerability is what allows people to see you beyond what your physical appearance looks like. Vulnerability is also the tool someone like myself can use to relate to others.
Let’s do some simple math. 2 + 2 is ??
2 plus 2 is what you want it to be right now hahaaa. If there are 1 million people in the world who have been scarred by others after being vulnerable, that leaves about 100,000 who are willing to be vulnerable to another person thereafter.
Out of those 100,000 people, only 10,000 will be able to expose their vulnerabilities to the general public, making them more sociable than the general population. Let’s these people socialites.
Out of those 10,000 people, only 1,000 will be able to stay clear of the negative connotations that come with vulnerability, exposing their vulnerability through timeless art, forming connections with a broad audience.
Out of those 1,000 brave & creative souls, only 100 will connect & be discovered by the general public.
Out of those 100, only 10 will connect & relate to the overall population after being vulnerably intelligent.
Out of that 10, only 1 had the potential to actual connect with you on an emotional level, where you as a person can fully relate to their struggles, pains, joy, relationships, and so on.
Where are you going with this Julio?
Vulnerability is what makes connections. Notice how in each vulnerability level, I stressed a connection.
Sometimes being vulnerable hurts a bit. Sometimes it hurts a lot. Even so, try to be open to being vulnerable because that same vulnerability that brings a little pain can aid in developing some of the most valuable connections you’ll make in your life.
Go. Don’t get walked over like a puddle, but definitely share a little vulnerability. Not everyone is capable of doing so, but you can help them by inviting them with your vulnerability.
Alright. Spreading good vibes!! Until next blog.
- Julio Caezar