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  • Writer's pictureCoach Deborah Franklin

Why You Should Share Your Story

Everyone has a story to tell and it can be incredibly empowering to share yours. Telling your story has a purpose, as it helps you come to terms with your own experiences, connect with others in similar situations, and ensure that your voice is heard. Here’s why you should use storytelling as a tool for personal growth.


The Power of Reflection & Acceptance

In the digital age, so many of us are constantly scrolling through our phones or refreshing our social media feeds. Taking the time to slow down and reflect on our own lives can be therapeutic. By telling your story, you can take an honest look at where you are in life and accept yourself for who you are — mistakes, successes, and all. It also gives you the chance to recognize how far you have come and celebrate moments of joy or success that have been part of your journey.

Sharing your story allows for connection with others who may not have had the same experiences as you but still relate to some aspect of what you’re going through. Whether it’s a personal blog post or speaking at an event, storytelling gives people a platform from which they can express their thoughts without fear or judgement. It allows them to open up about topics such as failure, relationships or career changes with understanding listeners who can provide support and advice if needed. This type of connection is invaluable and can help build relationships among communities worldwide.



Telling your story is one way to make sure that people hear what you have to say — even when no one else is listening! In times when it feels like women’s voices aren’t being heard loud enough, storytelling serves as an effective means of getting attention paid to important issues that impact us all such as racial injustice or gender inequality. Sharing your story gives you the opportunity to get involved in larger conversations about social issues while also teaching lessons about resilience and perseverance through adversity.


Whether we realize it or not, every person has a unique story waiting to be told. Taking the time to consciously reflect on past experiences and share them openly has tremendous power; it allows us to practice self-acceptance while connecting with other stories from around the world that remind us we don’t have to go through life alone — together we can fight for what matters most! So don't be afraid - tell your story! You never know who may need it most today!

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