Are you having a hard time coming up with a story that will resonate with your audience? Here are 5 questions that will help you.
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5 Questions to Define Your Story
Most people when they're first getting started are afraid to tell their story because they are under the assumption that people want to hear the success and not the struggle.
They assume that nobody will want to listen to them because they don't have a title, master's degree, or super successful.
Want to know a strange secret?
Most people relate to struggles more than successes! Nothing builds rapport faster than the sharing of struggles.
Your audience wants to know that you've had the same challenges and struggles that they are going through right now. If you're able to show them how you were able to overcome a struggle that they're going through you're giving them hope.
They're thinking to themselves “Wow, if they can do it, I can do it too!'
So how can your story build rapport with your audience? There's a specific flow to telling your story that builds rapport very quickly with your audience.
In the video below here are 5 questions that will guide you to create a story that will not only build rapport but have more people reaching out to you.
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