Are you ready to tell your story, but aren’t sure how to go about it?
That was where Ria started several years ago – with a powerful story but no idea how to go about sharing it and using it to help others. Now a full time speaker and author, Ria has seven published books and shares her story both from the stage and in her books. Realizing that there are others like her, who have a story to tell and a message to share, she now offers “storytelling” coaching and mentoring for speakers and authors who want to change the world by sharing their story. Read Ria’s blog on getting started or click here for information on her 1 hour coaching/mentoring session at a special introductory rate (new clients only).
“You have a story to tell. Someone needs to hear your story, and only you can help that person.” ~ Les Brown
Sharing your story can impact people in a huge way. Simon Sinek talked a little bit in his book (and TED talk) “Start With Why” that people don’t buy what we do as much as they buy why we do it. Sharing your story can help people see your “why.” Whether you are an entrepreneur, CEO, or stay-at-home-mom, it’s important to tap into your “why.” Why you are here. Why you do what you do. Why you say no to some things and yes to other opportunities. Your “why” defines you. Think of companies who have successfully based their values on “why.” Apple, Starbucks, Chick-fil-A are all great examples. It’s not that their products are necessarily that much better, but that they have aligned their products with their values as a company, and we buy THAT.
The world needs more hope. The world needs you to tell your story. Your story can change the world – one listener or reader at a time. We learn from the stories of others because they touch our hearts as well as our minds. Stories capture our imagination, inspire us, give us hope, and bring us together.