Let’s face it: we find it so much easier to share our story if we can leave out those parts we think are not good enough to be told.
But when we downplay and edit out what could be the most important pieces of our story, we’re not giving our voices and our full stories a chance to be heard by those who need to hear it.
And yes, there are people who will gain inspiration and encouragement from our story, which is why it needs to be told and not edited out in a way that can diminish its significance.
Today on the podcast, I talk about self-editing and I invite you to listen in as I share:
Our stories are important, and sharing them can mean being the light and survival guide for someone else. Realizing this value and not focusing on what others might think may not be an easy thing to do but with practice, it can be done.
If you want to know how to effectively share your story, I invite you to join my LIGHTbeamers Community on Facebook. It’s a safe space where members are encouraged to work on their storytelling skills to create relationships, build connections, and elevate their voices.