What is your story? Your real story. And, are you owning your story in your work?
I started out as a speaker giving topics on home and office organization. Specific tools, systems, techniques, tips, etc. that would give the attendees what they need to take action. They would walk out with their head spinning with information. Too much information.
Then I learned to share me, the real me. My stories, my challenges, my successes – the real me.
I started having a lot more fun with my speaking and the audience started relating – not just learning.
What a difference. They say (whoever ‘they’ is) that people worth with people they know, like, and trust.
Is it time to let your clients and prospects know the real you?