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Why Vulnerability Matters!

Hello everyone, I’m Jacquie Somerville, Founder of the Be Your Own Soul Mate movement. Welcome to this week’s broadcast of Jacquie Straight Up, the place to be if you want to live a kick-ass life of wealth and freedom.Today’s video is all about vulnerability. And I want to bust this myth that so many of us seem to think. And that’s that vulnerability is weakness. That vulnerability means crying or showing what we perceive as a weak emotion. And an actual fact is, it’s the complete opposite. Vulnerability is strength. And I’ll tell you why. When you open yourself up and allow yourself to be vulnerable, it equates essentially to being real, to being authentic. Completely real, completely open.

We become vulnerable when we step into the Arena, when we lay ourselves bare for our dreams, when we are willing to step in and step up and show ourselves in all of our glory. That’s vulnerability. That’s why it equates to strength. Because we know that it takes strength to lay ourselves bare, to be real, to step up to the plate. Also, success in love requires vulnerability. Because what is love if we cannot be real in the process? What is love if we hide our true emotions? Vulnerability is showing how you feel outwardly. Vulnerability is being absolutely real and raw when it comes to love, when it comes to business, when it comes to stepping up to being all that you were put on this earth to be. So that is why it is so incredibly important for success in wealth as well as success in love to be vulnerable.

We can’t have strong relationships with other people whether they are friendships or romantic relationships if we’re not completely real and completely true right? So that’s where vulnerability comes in with success in love and success in relationships. We need to be real, we need to be true, which means we are vulnerable when we are that way. So the two go hand in hand and it’s got absolutely nothing to do with hiding your emotions and being the person you think you should be, the person you think you should portray in order to have a successful business,  or you think you should portray in order to be in love or to have that person love you. No, it is being real. It’s not what you think you ought to do, it’s being absolutely true to you, being absolutely real, opening your heart sully and completely. Because that is being vulnerable to rejection. Stepping into the arena when it comes to business and life is also being vulnerable to criticism and rejection. But without it, there is no success! That’s why vulnerability is strength.

Vulnerability is the key to success.

So, if I’ve done anything this week, I hope I’ve changed your perception of what it means to be vulnerable and that I’ve shown you the true benefits of it. It’s being real, its being true to who you are, that’s where your success lies.

Thanks so much for watching this week’s episode of Jacquie Straight Up, if you’ve liked the video, I would so appreciate if you would click the like button and I’d love it if you would share with others! I think that this is a great message to get out there. Also, leave me a comment and let me know what your perception is of vulnerability. Tell me what you think vulnerability truly means and how it serves you. I’d love to hear from you!

That’s it! I’ll see you next week for another episode of Jacquie Straight Up. Thanks for watching- Bye!

  • Penelope
    Posted at 09:00h, 27 September Reply

    Hey Jacquie! You know, before watching this episode “vulnerability” was always something that made me feel kind of uncomfortable. I didn’t really know how I felt about it at all. But now I see that’s it’s a totally positive thing! So thanks!

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 08:02h, 29 September Reply

      Awesome! You are welcome Penelope!

  • Cameron
    Posted at 09:17h, 27 September Reply

    Hello Jacquie. I can’t tell you how perfectly the timing was for this video to make its way to me when it did! I’m the one with all the friends who nag at you constantly to stop being so vulnerable. But I’ve always known deep down inside that being vulnerable is not a bad thing! And now I know FOR SURE that I’m right! I’m not going to change anything! Thank you Jacquie!

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 08:02h, 29 September Reply

      Fantastic! Congrats to you Cameron!

  • Robert
    Posted at 07:15h, 28 September Reply

    Hi Jacquie. Vulnerability: this is a subject on which you and I are 100% agreed, and this weeks message from you came with perfect timing, bearing in mind that I will be working with you for the next 6 months. You’ve already seen me laugh and cry (yes, any ladies reading this, it’s a guy writing this!) and will doubtless do so many more times in the coming months. Thanks again for a wonderful message.

  • Jacquie
    Posted at 08:03h, 29 September Reply

    That’s so great Robert! I am thrilled to be working with you!

  • Nessie
    Posted at 08:41h, 29 September Reply

    Hi Jacquie! First of all, let me say that you NEVER disappoint with your messages!

    I think that most of us in general are worried, concerned, even scared to appear weak in society, at work, and even among those who are close to us. You make me think, WHY should we even care what others think if we have an off moment, or are crying…we are who we are, and we do the best that we can with what we have . We are willing to learn from mistakes, to mourn openly about things….Vulnerability IS a good thing! If we are true to ourselves as you say, we are an open book, for society to see the REAL versions of ourselves! Yay for us! And if some still find our vulnerability as a weakness, that is their problem! Today and every day will be a True Nessie Day for now on!

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 05:49h, 01 October Reply

      Woo Hoo!! I love that Nessie – You always bring a smile to my face. Thank you! xo

  • Lorraine
    Posted at 15:44h, 25 November Reply

    Dear Jacquie,
    This video for me has been the MOST enlightening and eye opening because my family and a few friends have told me that I am so vulnerable. They said as a weakness and something that I need to change. I have felt less then and not enough most of my life, with family, husband (ex), friends and at work. Listening to this video has giving me the right and strength to be vulnerable and proud of it. I am standing and walking a little bit tall. Amen!

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 11:16h, 01 December Reply

      Oh wow, it is SO good to hear that you are standing and walking taller now! Congrats to you! Remember, you are a perfect child of the Universe exactly as you are. XO

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