How to Find Real Strength in Vulnerability || with Preston Pugmire

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

“Weakness is pretending that you’re not feeling emotions, [and thereby] denying yourself of that humanity.”

If you haven't heard of Preston Pugmire, get yourself acquainted quick.  This "renaissance man" has a lot to say and it's going to change your life.

Preston--a speaker, life coach, musician, and podcaster (Next Level Life)--teaches us how to free ourselves from shame, guilt, and perfectionism by tearing down the facades we've created and getting to the heart of who we truly are.  In other words, VULNERABILITY.  Preston himself knows what this looks like first-hand, as he unexpectedly had his own facade torn down and his true self become exposed.  Living life more authentically has transformed everything for the better and Preston believes it can transform our lives as well.

Preston speaks about how men in particular are imprisoned emotionally--and by extension, in every other way--by not allowing themselves to explore their real, authentic identity.  For us all, Preston teaches how we can discover that our greatest strength comes from our vulnerability.

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Show Notes
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