Storytelling is a powerful way to convey a message. In the not-for-profit world stories are more powerful than statistics to drive donations. Businesses also use stories as a way to highlight what they do and who they serve.
Who doesn’t like to hear that their story is inspiring?
I post interviews (on YouTube and on InterculturalTalk.com) with people who look like a lot of my clients. Many are post age 50. Some are business owners who find communications technology has changed over the years and they need help to reach their customers and stay visible.
Others have experienced a loss or a life transition. They now find that there’s a project or cause or mission inside them that just has to come out.
Thanks for asking me to share my story.
María Tomás-Keegan, a Life & Career Coach for Women, interviews women about resiliency and building confidence when facing extreme life challenges.
It’s the optimism to pursue amazing dreams, to empower and equip oneself for action that I see in my clients, that is woven through my story as well.
Why share your story?
Your story could be just the one that someone needs to hear.
You can hear my story in the video below. Or learn how to get family members to share stories in the article below that.