The Freedom of Vulnerability for the Yogi Entrepreneur

Youmie Francois

Youmie Jean Francois is the Founder and CEO of Flex-N-Fly. She is responsible for the company's overall vision, strategy, and operations. She is also a YouTuber and the host of "Live In Your Power | Affirmations & Entrepreneurship with Flex-N-Fly podcast. Here's where you can connect with her! Website - IG - @flexnflyofficial Podcast -


  1. So real! So true. I resonate with this so heavy. Your words have uplifted me and I’m sure so many others. Us “strong” ones forget. Over and over. Thanks for the reminder.

  2. Ashley on at

    “The opposite of strength isn’t weakness. It’s dishonesty”
    I absolutely love and agree with this. It’s interesting how things are backwards. It takes a lot of courage for one to be vulnerable. Its essential to overall wellness.

  3. Katherine on at

    This was just what I needed! I have been struggling to keep up with classes and meditating daily when it has affected my finances so much. I know that I’m not supposed to feel this way but I am so glad someone said it so I didn’t have to. I need a moment to really let myself really feel how I feel and not be the “strong one” It’s hard when you are a wife and have children and so used to being independent. Thanks so much for sharing this. I will make sure to keep up with the writer.

    Thank you again!

  4. Ce on at

    This article really inspired me to take this time to reflect physical and emotional. To make changes in my life that are necessary without any regrets or fear.

    Thank you Youmie

  5. Michael on at

    “I don’t mean the propaganda of vulnerability where one appears to be vulnerable.” I love this… What would it look like if we could really open ourselves up to our loved ones about what we’re struggling with.

  6. Frannie on at

    I needed this today.. vulnerability is tough for me. It’s even harder for me to ask for help. I love the final affirmation and will begin saying that daily. I also love the note about forgiving yourself for feeling that way because the guilt is real!