How to Put Your Story On Repeat

 

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I was chatting with the women in my community recently, answering their questions around sharing their story — and this one came up and I thought it was such a good one, I wanted to address it here, too!

The question was how do you put your story on repeat without feeling like you are boring your audience?

I get asked this question a lot. Women feel uncomfortable sharing their story over and over again for fear they will turn others away, bore them to death, or begin to feel like a narcissistic broken record.

First of all, let’s remember one thing: Not everybody is listening. And even when they are listening, they are doing so in a very noisy world— in today’s digital age, information is coming at us at the speed of light and it’s hard as a consumer to wade through all the noise to find the solutions we are looking for to...

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Case Study: Charity Water

 

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One of my best pieces of advice around learning to become a better storyteller is to study those who tell stories really well.

Studying how others tell stories, and evaluating how those stories make you feel will be a great indicator on if that style of storytelling suits you.

When you learn to evoke emotion and get your audience to feel something, you will get them to take action with their money.

Click the Video to hear this Alexa broadcast, as I dive into a Case study on the amazing work that Charity Water does with its stories.

PHOTO CREDIT: Charity Water

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An Interview With Tina Kreitz

 

If Death is inevitable (which it is!), wouldn't it be so much easier if we had a travel Guide?

Meet Tina Kreitz -- who is skillfully holding people's hand on the journey to death and helping them give the biggest gift to the ones they leave behind.

This is a MUST WATCH for anyone who is human and has a heartbeat.

www.lastgiftbox.com 

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A Simple Tip to Make Storytelling Easy

 

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I'm sharing a simple tip that will make writing social media posts, emails, livestreaming, recording videos, and delivering presentation so much easier --- and help you become a much better communicator as a result!

Click the video to listen to this episode of my Alexa Flash Briefing for more!

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Amy's Story

 

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Amy Minyard first landed in LIGHTbeamers Community lost and confused about what to do with her story. It was burning a hole inside of her, and once she figured out how to use it, a whole new Amy was born.

I invite you to listen as I share Amy's story.

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Who Would You Interview?

 

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Here's a fascinating prompt for you to use to create engagement with your audience, and showcase a fun piece of your own story in the process.

We recently offered up this prompt inside our LIGHTbeamers Community as a prompt for #wednesdaylive -- our open live-streaming day inside our Facebook Group.

Openly sharing things like "who would you interview" gives you a chance to really highlight a meaningful relationship or person you admire -- and then give you an opportunity to share more about why that person sticks out to you.

Tune in to this Flash Briefing to hear more.

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Your Story is a Mountain

 

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I want you to imagine a Mountain. Really picture in your head the landscape of this mountain, and imagine what it might look like if you were looking at this mountain from afar…. you’d see the base, the peak, then the other side.

This mountain is an image I use in all of my storytelling classes to help people understand their own story, and how to craft their message in a powerful way.

This applies to all great storytelling — for businesses, for people, for analysis of politics — everything.

Here’s how this mountain relates to storytelling: What makes up a great story is the element of transformation. When people tell stories without this ingredient, the stories fall flat and are very boring. Think of a movie script — can you imagine watching a movie without experiencing the buildup to the climax? It would be a...

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What Will Others Think?

 

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I’ve been thinking a lot about how much people STOP themselves from doing things that are stirring in their heart.

They stay quiet & hidden for fear of judgement from others. That simple question or thought — what will others think — can be so damaging and toxic if you let it stop you from moving forward in life or business.

HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
The people who are ahead of you, those who are making waves and playing big, aren’t going to judge you!

Nope! They’ll see you and say, “You go girl! I know what it takes to get here and you are being so bold & brave! I commend you. Here’s my hand. Grab it! I’ll pull you along.”

So the judgement you fear is about the people behind you; the ones NOT stepping up their own life in new & exciting ways but rather playing small and sitting...

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Have You Ever Felt This Way?

 

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I have a storytelling tip that’s so simple, you’ll be shocked when you hear it — yet I’m going to guess many of you are not using it. There is a simple question you can be asking in your content — whether it be written content like emails or blogs, or your social media posts, or live videos, or in-person talks and workshops.

If you start to sprinkle it into with your story — you will inherently draw more people in closer to you and get them to start seeing themselves in your story.

The question is ….. “Has this ever happened to you?” — or another iteration of it is ….. “Have you ever felt this way?”

Asking your audience directly if a part of your story is something they’ve experienced too is so powerful because what we experience we remember….. and asking them if...

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Real Stories Really Matter

 

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When was the last time you cried at a commercial? 
I know it probably doesn’t happen that often, but when was the last time a commercial made you take a pause and you thought to yourself, “Oh that was so good?” and that story touched your heart? 

Did that commercial talk about the features and benefits of it’s product…. or did it tell a story???

My guess is it told a story! 

I say this all the time…. everybody has a story! And they do! Everybody does indeed have a story — but not everybody is actually using their story to reach out and touch people, to create a human connection that makes people remember you.

Learning to tell stories to your audience is something that is so within your reach; If you aren’t already skillfully weaving stories into your messages, I want to...

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