“Nobody will never know you until you write and tell your own story.”-Michael J. Fite
Keep this in mind whenever you find yourself wondering why you should write and tell your own story. If you never write and tell your own story, nobody gets to know the special and unique person that exists in you. When you do write and tell your own story, people get to know and learn about you in a way that gives them a better understanding of your life and how to deal with either you or their own situation.
I have some questions to ask you when it comes to your story:
- What are you afraid of in taking control of the pages and telling your story?
- Is it fear that nobody will listen?
- Is it fear that you are not famous or popular?
- Are you concerned that it will take up too much time or money?
- Do you fear being exposed?
I would love to know the answers because if you are letting your fears get in the way of you writing and sharing your story, STOP! I do have some good news:
- People do want to listen to your story! You just got to live your life, share it via online or in a book, and know that people are learning from your life story.
- You do not have to be famous or popular! There are many people who write and tell their story daily who are just like you and I. Just be yourself and that will be all you need.
- You control the time and money it takes! Whether you decide to do a book, blogs, or even video, you will be amazed that it does not take as much time or money as you may think (in some cases, it can take a few minutes to do it and it can cost you no money).
- Being exposed is what makes your story stand out! If you are worry about being open to people, they will never get to know you for you. Just stay true to yourself and be open so that people can connect to you and understand your story.
A person I want to highlight here is Tony Vega (www.tonyvega.net). This is one guy who I follow and admire for sharing his story. I encourage you to check his page out when you get a chance. He may not be famous, popular, or have a lot of money, but he has a story to share that people are following. He open about his past and current life, and I find it to be inspiring because he is not afraid of what people think about his life.
I decided to go back into my video vault to share with you about the importance of writing the pages to your story because I know that you have a story to share that can impact the world around you. I encourage you to watch and share your story because I truly want to know what is your story. Let’s remember that your story can serve as inspiration to you, me, and the world, but you got to write and tell it first.
I want to know one thing: What is your story?
-Michael J. Fite