You hear it from everyone. We all know that telling our story or telling a story is essential in communicating what you do. Stories have been passed on for centuries and have stayed alive from ancient times. That's why stories are THE best way to communicate to someone and not telling your story can break your business.
So, are you telling your story? You are probably telling some sort of story but is it effective and is it the right story? Check out today's episode of FSTV and see if you can tell a better story using my 7 step process that I offer to you. Take out a pen and pad and write these down. You'll want to remember them for later so you can work on your own story.
Leave a comment for me and let me know how you tell your story and if it's working for you.
Also, today I want you to laugh until your stomach hurts and wish someone else the best, all to get your energy and motivation in high gear!
Thanks for being here!!! Here's to your illumination. ~Rubina
I am a planner. I like to have a path laid out to where I want to go. I've learned that some of the best laid plans do not always work out as you'd hope, but some of the greatest achievements and accomplishments in my life came from planning. In our work and our lives, we must have some idea of how we want to get to where we need to be, but also we must learn to maintain a flexibility in our plans because sometimes things happen that are so great you could NEVER have planned for them.
Also, in order to get out of the trap of reacting to every condition, incident, issue...plan to become proactive then make decisions based on what you learn as you work through your plan.
Today on FSTV, I point out why having a short term plan is important if time to make a long term plan just isn't there. I explain the best way to approach your short term plan so that you stick to your plan.
Also, get your energy and motivation tips for this week! You don't want to miss it.
I want to hear from you! Let me know how planning has benefited your life by leaving a comment and share some of your best laid plans.
Until next time...here's to your illumination! ~Rubina