Updated: Dec 9, 2019
Too many people die with their best stories stuck inside. Yet, when is a good time to share your story?
Let me help you: Can you clearly and convincingly answer these two questions?
1. Do I have something relevant to say? It helps you define the key message, the enabling elements to be closely connected to your audience.
2. How much value is it for others? It emphasizes how your story is worth. What usefulness it brings to the audience. What you learned from it. How it helps you now.
Answer these questions. It deals with one element fueling the fear of public speaking: the impostor syndrome.
No one can figure out your worth but you.
Ask yourself objectively these crucial questions. Find the key values in your stories, take time to craft it in a compelling way and share it.
Your stories matter. Do not let them die untold.