I had a home life that said I should have ended up on the wrong side of the tracks.
I’ve struggled with suicidal ideation, depression, and anxiety.
In fact, having a podcast, owning my own business, raising four daughters, and being in a healthy Christ-centered relationship sometimes feel like nothing short of a miracle.
Today’s episode is all about your responsibility to share your absolute truth.
There’s actually an aspect of sharing our truth that encourages others to be who they are and to share their stories too.
The question is…
Are you willing to share your story so you can impact other people’s lives even if it means showing the most vulnerable side of you?
In this episode, you will hear:
- My definition of absolute truth
- The science behind neuro coupling and why sharing stories have impact and power
- The 2 barriers in sharing our truth
- How to share your truth and lead with your truth in business and life every day
- Your responsibility to share your truth
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How Your Stories Sell, and Why You’ve Got to Tell Them with Marc Gutman (Episode 11)
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