Updated: Feb 23
Some tend to keep their voice to themselves despite the relevant story that they have to tell.
Everyone has a story to tell, no matter how big or small. The relevance and size of the story really depends on the ears that are there to listen. In reality, despite the relevance and size, the real point is someone out there needs your story & you need to release it. So guess what? You need to Find Your Voice!
Finding Your Voice isn't simple for everyone based on their character. An introvert may have a story that is barricaded by a lack of courage while an extrovert is ready to tell the world.
The therapeutic effects of sharing your story with others is a mutual benefit that can help more than just the people listening. In fact, it can help them to help others and so on. Before you know it, that one story that helped 5 can reach thousands. It would be unrealistic for me to tell you that Finding Your Voice includes superhuman strength that allows you to speak it in front of strangers. Nope, I won't even type those lies. I will be realistic and let you know that sometimes Finding Your Voice starts with someone or within a group that you trust. Heck, your FYV moment may start in a diary or journal ---- Just don't keep it there. It's ok if you don't start speaking it in front of a crowd of millions in a sold out auditorium. It's more important that you Find It.
You Can & You Will
Think Positively about your FYV journey and before you know it, you will feel as light as a feather and as confident as an Eagle.