For this episode, Vance talked about my thoughts about bragging and intentionally leaving out details that make people look vulnerable. Listen on for more.
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0:55 – Why do we like to talk about the good things and leave out the bad things?
4:10 – Vulnerability tends to draw people in because of the relatability; but Tim asked, could it be that we don’t want to spoil someone else’s day by talking about our problems?
7:30 – Tim thinks that men tend to fall prey to these problems more often; mentioned Lewis Howes’s newest book The Mask Of Masculinity
9:30 – Being vulnerable allows the relationship to deepen, we need to show our flaws so others can learn how to accept us
13:10 – Think about going on a date: The other person will only be interested if you’re not bragging all the time but showing your true self
14:35 – Tim points out that it takes time for people to let their guard down
15:25 – Vance’s reflection on his past struggles with showing a strong ego but realised in recent years that it’s perfectly okay to be vulnerable
17:35 – When we come to terms with our shortcomings and be open to sharing it, we’ll start to be less ashamed of it and improve
18:25 – Update on Vance’s recount of interviews in episode #34 and the hardest question in any job interviews
Important links mentioned
Lewis Howes’s newest book The Mask Of Masculinity
Audio file size: 22.53MB