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Drewe Broughton: Vulnerability

Vulnerability is a strength, not a weakness. In this week’s episode of DTMTS ex footballer turned holistic coach Drewe Broughton sits down with Simon Mundie to discuss its power.

It’s not easy being vulnerable. Being honest with yourself and others about how you really feel. Many of us try to guard against vulnerability, thinking it's a sign of weakness but the opposite is true. In this week’s episode of Don’t Tell Me The Score ex footballer Drewe Broughton sits down with Simon Mundie to discuss vulnerability. Drewe had 22 clubs in a nomadic 17 year career and never fulfilled his undoubted potential. It wasn’t through lack of application, in fact he tried to control too much. It wasn’t until he retired and hit rock bottom that he understood where his life was going wrong. A spell in rehab led him to the importance of surrender and vulnerability, and now Drewe teaches young players how to avoid those same pitfalls he made. Not by giving them advice, but by encouraging them to be vulnerable and get in touch with their own inner wisdom.

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