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13 time deployed Army Ranger Hector Matascastilo is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) operating as an independent contractor, provides psychotherapy to clients. He specializes in working with Veterans, Latinos, clients with SPMI diagnoses, domestic abuse/violence, trauma, and many others. In this episode, Hector will share how to find courage through vulnerability.
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Join co-hosts Danielle Mund, Joel Readence, and Tim Billiter as they discuss the power of vulnerability and how to use it as a strength in your life.
Danielle Mund, entrepreneur coach and speaker, is on a mission to inspire all women to dream and do big, choose powerfully and consciously, and create lives and businesses they absolutely love and deserve. She is the founder of the Beginner's Guide to Getting Anything You Want workshop (starting again October 2) and has most recently been quoted by Yahoo! Education. Above all else, she believes that success is a choice, and that living the life we want is completely within our power to create. Her own path to freedom, free tips, and more can be found at daniellemund.com.
Joel Readence is a Personal Development Coach working with gay men, and others, in areas such as life purpose, relationships, career fulfillment, spirituality and personal identity. Through individual and group coaching, he partners with his clients to overcome fear of success, failure and judgment by others to help them reach their full, self-expressed potential.
Tim Billiter, owner of DIY for Your Soul, is a Certified Life/Life Purpose Coach on a mission is to assist people in creating the life of their dreams by helping them understand that they must first build a strong foundation on which to construct that life. His role as a coach is helping his clients develop new thought processes and skills to create the life they desire, but more importantly, to show them that much of what they think they lack is, and always was, right inside of them.
Quick - what does the word 'vulnerability' mean to you? Does it have positive or negative connotations for you? Or both?
The dictionary defines vulnerabitly as this: "the inability to withstand the effects of a hostile environment". Other definitions include: "reduced defensive measures" or "susceptible to physical or emontional attack".
Doesn't sound so good, right?
So why is vulnerability such a cornerstone to recovery? How do we navigate its potentially treacherous waters? Why is it so pivotal?
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How do I know when I am in resistance to my own life and what do I do about it? What is the power of vulnerability? Is it appropriate to show vulnerability at work? I chose to keep my career small but I really want it to be big! How do I make the change? And today, Cindy and Linda are answering these questions and more!
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In this show, Adam and Linda will be looking at what the strength is in total vulnerability.
If you ever allowed yourself to be totally vulnerable, what do you believe would happen? What if the greatest strength and potency possibie is available from the space of total vulnerability?
If you have any questions for Adam or Linda to answer on this show or future shows, please post your questions on http://www.facebook.com/ThrivingRelationship or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vulnerability is a word that, for many people, suggests weakness, letting your guard down and leaving yourself open to attack. But that understanding might just be based on a limited response, a rigid and protective sense of self in the world.
What if we operated from openness, from connecting first to our own insecurities and our profound need to connect with others, and reached out from that place? Join us for a spirited discussion of how being vulnerable might actually lead us to being stronger.
Is being vulnerable the gateway to being our authentic self? What is the cost of not being vulnerable? Were you ever taught how to be vulnerable? Join JP Sears and Karen Solt as they invite you to explore the Wisdom of Vulnerability and how it's perhaps the crescendo of healing, growth, and contentment. They'll discuss how vulnerability is what we all desire more than anything, yet we avoid it like a biohazard. The wisdom of vulnerability is full spectrum c
Have you considered how much time and energy you spend hiding your pain and shame; and building walls to protect yourself?
What about the mask you wear so people won't see the real you?
Do your family, friends and significant other, know who you really are—stripped down to your fears, your shame, your limitations?
Do you remember what it felt like to exercise the courage to appear naked and vulnerable before someone, to only experience more pain?
Well, you are not alone. We know exactly how you feel. Please join us on the radio on Saturday, July 6 from 10:00-10:30 AM as we discuss, “Embrace Your Shame and Vulnerability and Discover the Real You.” There is a beautiful woman behind the wall…behind the façade. It’s time that you and the world, discovered and experienced the real you.
We look forward to sharing with you on, "Ladies For Such A Time As This!"
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How many of us consider vlunerability to be a weakness?
I know I have. Yet the things that have moved and inspired me most are the people who are willing to show all of who they truly are.
Join me for an interview with the inspiring Actor, Musician, Writer, Comedian and Access Consciousness Facilitator Mikey de Lara on how he uses the Access Consciousness® tools to be that vulnerability that can change lives.
Welcome to HOUR OF TRUTH with COACHFT The fear of being vulnerable is driven by shame that if we allow people ot see, TRULY SEE, who we are, they won't like/love us. So what do we do to protect ourselves from being hurt? We hide because we can't bare people not accepting us or thiking we are not worth of their time, love, and attention. Join me as I talk about why I chose to be vulnerable and share my story in my forthcoming book "RISE: Even Death Can't Stop Me - The Frank Thomas Story." If you've ever lived in fear and longed to be free you will not want to miss this show. COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS: Dial (619) 393-2918 during the live broadcast. Or post on my facebook events page before, during, or after the broadcast by clicking here. COACH FT, Frank Thomas, is a coach, consultant, speaker and author of the forthcoming book "RISE: Even Death Can't Stop Me." His passion and mission is to help others by encouraging them to overcome their fears, and self-limiting beliefs to tap into and fulfill their greatness within.