Why You Need to Tell Your Story

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For most of us, our daily exchanges with casual acquaintances and strangers are pretty lame.

You know: “How are you?” “Fine.” “ Glad to hear it.” End of conversation.

Perfunctory. The words just come out.

Sometimes, we don’t want to be rude, but we try to avoid the conversation altogether. After all, it could be a colossal waste of your time. Or the person…

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Hook: The line that makes you stop and read…

Column; I lack(ed) authenticity.

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Executive Coach, Teacher, Trainer, Speaker and Storyteller

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