Embracing The Power of Being Vulnerable
Let me guess, you’re thinking, “I don’t want to read this; vulnerability is the worst”. Am I right?
I agree. However, I also think that embracing the power of vulnerability allows us to build strong connections in all aspects of our lives, personally and professionally.
Author and Researcher, Brene Brown, spent over 6 years studying human connection and found something fascinating. During her research, when she asked people about love, they told her about heartbreak. When she asked them about belonging, they told her about painful experiences of exclusion. When she asked people about connection, they told her about times they felt disconnected. The theme she discovered that unraveled connection, was shame.
With over 5 years of experience in event and project management, Lauren’s strong organization and innate attention to detail promote thoughtful planning and execution. Through trust and communication, she focuses on cultivating relationships and inspiring a sense of shared purpose within the project team. Lauren is a creative thinker, an aesthetics enthusiast, a self-proclaimed Harry Potter fanatic, and an all around go-getter with a quirky sense of humor. Along with her musician husband, Lauren enjoys exploring the distinctive tastes, sites, and sounds of Nashville. Yet, she maintains strong roots in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania where much of her immediate family resides.