The Vulnerable About Me
I struggled the majority of my school years due to ADD and dyslexia.
At the age of 16, I moved out from my parents´ home with the positive effect on becoming responsible and independent early on. Yet, I was trapped in an unhealthy growth mindset, thriving to prove others that I can do things on my own.
My peers at school and work always looked up to me. Yet, I often felt like a fraud, because my “real” self was often insecure and doubtful. My greatest trap was the lack of courage to be vulnerable and seek help, resulting in a sense of loneliness.
My professional and personal experience has helped me reach out to thousands of people on a deeper level, achieving things they woud have never imagined possible.