Think about some places where you feel the most comfortable opening up and being yourself, where you can share your dreams, fears, and insecurities. Hopefully, your home is a place that comes to mind. Maybe you’re involved in a church or organization where you’ve formed a strong community of people who make you feel safe and supported enough to share vulnerably. It would probably surprise you that vulnerability is also essential for the experiential learning process. I’m guessing the need to be vulnerable in a sales or leadership program never crossed your mind. Why on earth would that be an area that requires us to be our vulnerable selves? After all, shouldn’t training be all about showcasing our successes instead of revealing our insecurities? At XINNIX, we have spent over twenty years training salespeople and business leaders to be the top performers in their fields. Our students are successful because we don’t engage them in a dry, strictly informational learning process. Instead, we use the principles of experiential learning. As a part of this process, we ask them to bring their whole selves—even the most vulnerable parts—to the classroom. To reach the pinnacle of business success, we must be vulnerable about what’s holding us back and what we need to change to move forward.