Monday Morning Jumpstart –
Finding Power in Vulnerability

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Starting a new writing career can be thrilling, confusing, fun … and sometimes a little scary.

In a society where we’re supposed to keep our personal life out of business and “never let them see you sweat,” remember that there is power in vulnerability.

But how do you harness it?

In this Monday Morning Jumpstart session, success coach Ted Capshaw encourages us to lean into our vulnerability for a stronger connection with people … and ultimately, a more robust and successful writing business.

Tune in for his take on the often talked about – but rarely practiced – theory of vulnerability!

Join us every Monday Morning for a boost of writing motivation, plus tips and strategies to make sure you're staying on track and moving towards your goals all year.

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Published: March 21, 2022

2 Responses to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: Finding Power in Vulnerability ”

  1. i read the current monday morning jumpstart. i had a job for 24 years working for a company i enjoyed working for. i connected with everybody. the job was pick/pack musical instruments. i feel i made a difference in the success for the company. thanks, jeff

    Guest (jeff reed)

  2. At this point in time I am VERY vulnerable so it was good to hear that's ok. I have been all my life though when I think about it and it has been a problem from time to time. But in being vulnerable one develops power. The power to persist, push through the tough and never listen to people saying " don't do it" when trying something different. Like becoming a writer!!

    Guest (DeeJay)


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