Is “Write a Book” on your bucket list?
There are no ordinary people. Every single person I have met is extraordinary in some way.
Every single one has overcome a great obstacle, learned a profound truth, created something beautiful, received a unique gift, failed and recovered, loved, survived a broken heart, been hurt, and been loved.
I started out thinking, “Everybody has a story.”
I learned that is not accurate. The truth is everyone has two stories—a head story and a heart story.
You have those two stories, too. Your head story is about what you know and do. Your heart story is about who you are and how you became who you are. Both of your stories are important.
Telling your head story will:
- Help others who are starting out in the business, calling or career you know to profit from your experience.
- Create an entree to new business opportunities.
- Create an impressive new credential in your business.
Telling your heart story will:
- Allow your friends and family to know the real you.
- Create a better connection with your friends, colleagues, and family.
- Delight your descendants who will appreciate knowing those who came before them.
The next time you hear yourself saying, “I ought to write a book,” picture me saying. “Yes, you really ought to.”
Read more posts by Dianne Morr here. Dianne blogs for JenningsWire.
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