Transcript Solo Episode of Laurin Wittig
[00:00:00] Laurin: Welcome to the curiously wise podcast. I'm your host Laurin Wittig. This podcast is all about women supporting women, mind, body, and spirit. It's a place where we will honor, celebrate and share women's natural and experiential wisdom through curiosity provoking conversations, shared stories and tips we've all gathered along this journey. I invite you to join in the fun as we uncover the unique wisdom, we each carry within us. Ready? Let's get curious.
[00:00:41] Hello, friends and welcome to the Curiously Wise Podcast. I'm Laurin Wittig, I'm your host. And today I'm going to talk about something on my own. It’s the first time I don't have a guest with me and I've been kind of putting this off because it feels a little uncomfortable to be here by myself. It's very easy for me to have a conversation with someone, but it's a little more stressful to have to do it on my own.
[00:01:14] And so I started to dig into why I was doing that. Cause that's what I like to do. I like to say, okay, so what's going on. Really? I do this with myself and my clients, but I realized that I just was feeling vulnerable. I was feeling well, let me put it this way. Bernay Brown is a woman who's done a lot of research on the emotion of vulnerability.
[00:01:38] And so I'm just going to start with a quote of hers in her book, “Daring Greatly”. She describes vulnerability as uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure. It's that unstable feeling we get when we
step out of our comfort zone or do something that forces us to loosen control. So that pretty much explains how I was feeling this morning when I was