You have a message and its burning inside you. You know the world needs to hear what you have to say because so many could benefit from your story. You have tried, but it seems that no one is listening, or those who are listening cannot find you amidst the noise. If you only knew how to tell your story to the world.
Lives hang in the balance. If people could hear your message, it could save lives, help people to live better lives, and make the world a better place.
You want to shout it from the rooftops to be heard by those who desperately need to hear what you have to say, but you are haunted by those negative voices inside your head, trying to keep you and your message silenced in fear.
I don’t know how to tell my story. I’m no one. I don’t have the right, the education, the network of powerful people. I wasn’t born into a powerfully persuasive family. Who am I to speak to the masses? I am clearly afraid to even speak in public, and I fear looking like a fool.
Then you slowly talk yourself out of answering your sacred call, which if you could, would make all the things you’ve endured in this life make sense. You came to this world to do this thing, to tell your story, help others, and make the world a better place.
You can do this, but you must stop listening to the naysayers, and start looking for the master within yourself.
When a client comes to me and reveals that their life has been so incredibly challenging and they are the keeper of many secrets, “telling my truth could help so many people,” or lift the veil behind which evildoers hide. I understand that if you could be empowered to tell your story, it would be hugely beneficial to the world.
The best way to unmask the devil (who can appear as the most attractive, beautiful, compassionate, and loving creature) is by telling your secrets to reveal his or her true identity and telling your trauma story. But telling your trauma story can be intimidating, if not frightening.
How to tell your story makes all the difference. This is why you must refine and craft your story or seek out a coach who specializes in helping people to do so.
You should think about how to tell your life story in 5 minutes, and have many segments finely honed to briefly hit key points in 30, 60, and 90 seconds. Preparedness is the key to how to tell your story so the world listens.
My friends at St. Paul’s Free University highly suggest establishing yourself as an undeniable expert in your field to garner attention and credibility, before reaching out in a big way.
Then, to assure that your message is heard, you need to know how to get your message out in strength and honor, appropriately using all the tools which are available to you, then grow your story into a movement which can truly have an impact on our planet in a positive way.
All this may seem like an overwhelming challenge, but the life you’ve endured until now will not make sense until you accept this challenge and embrace your calling which is your reason for coming here in the first place.
This is your sacred destiny.
The world needs to hear your story, now more than ever, and if you need help doing so, by all means, please contact me, and I can help connect you with the people, an appropriate platform from which to tell your story, or at least point you in the right direction.
No time is better than now to start this invaluable process.
The world is listening…