My passion for storytelling

I love people. I think you are interesting. But, for some reason, you are terrible at telling your story! Why is that?

My interactions with kiwis (New Zealanders) has shown me that they aren’t very good at selling themselves. Is it that you are too humble? Is it that you lack in self-confidence? Or is it a systemic problem in the country that we sell ourselves short, for fear that we will be shot down by the Tall-Poppyists? It’s a problem that I have no trouble with and want to help kiwis be better at.

You are wonderful, interesting, unique and valuable people. Believe in yourself!

Telling your story allows people to know who you are, how you tick, what gets your blood curdling and what makes you go crazy enough to take action. It doesn’t mean you have to brag, manufacture stories to look better. It just means being genuine, being true to yourself, showing yourself to others.

I’m really good at telling my story. As a result, lots of people know me for my passions. They know me well. They like me. I also have amazing business partners, friends, mentors and fellow world-changers all around me.

None of this could have happened if I didn’t tell my story.

So, I have seen storytelling in action, working.

I hope to hear your story in the future coming from you, or someone you have told. If you have trouble telling your story, please let me know. I want to help.

But, the first step is to tell me something about you in the comments below. 

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