Being Vulnerable in Conversation

Did you know that you are already vulnerable in most of your personal conversations?

It’s definitely possible you’ve never noticed. However, the memorable, exciting and in-depth conversations you’ve had with family, friends and colleagues did require you to be vulnerable.

Great business conversations also require vulnerability. It is what inspires trust and builds long-lasting relationships. It both creates and builds the confidence of clients and prospects. And it encourages them to be vulnerable with us. This is when we uncover how we can truly serve.

This short video discusses the importance of being vulnerable in conversation in all aspects of our lives. An essential element of storyfinding, being vulnerable does take courage … but the rewards are limitless.

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