There’s a certain vulnerability that comes with telling us something about yourself.

I don’t mean bragging about your achievements, or listing your accomplishments.

And I don’t mean rambling for so long that everyone’s eyes glaze over.

I’m talking about those stories from your childhood that give us a better understanding of who you are today.

The discussions about your greatest failings and what you learned from them.

The conversations about your fears and anxieties, not in a search for sympathy, but to allow us to lighten the load.

It’s real, it’s transparent and it’s enlightening.

There’s something about that level of vulnerability that forges stronger relationships.

That brings us closer together.

That creates great teams.

It can be scary.

It can be difficult to do.

But if you can find the courage to share, it can make a massive difference and encourage others to do the same.

Let’s find people we can trust to be open with.

And create an environment that makes it easy for others to be vulnerable and honest.

What do we need to know about you?