You can’t ‘do’ vulnerability, you must ‘be’ vulnerable. I find that with myself and with my clients, that often means some re-framing around what vulnerability really means. If you are making it mean, fearful,open to attack, blame, guilt,fragile, then why on earth would anyone want to be that?! When I came to realise that being vulnerable was actually about TRUST, it changed everything. It meant that when I was being vulnerable, I knew that it meant that I was truly trusting myself to really show up in the room. That’s where transformation occurs, at that point of surrender and letting go and TRUSTING that I had my own back and didn’t require another to do that for me.