Are you the Author of your Story?

1 Minute Tips

Date: 30/10/2018

 Your 1-Minute Business Leadership Tip


The Art of Storytelling. 

Betty-Ann Heggie recently launched her book, Gender Physics – Unlock the Energy You Never Knew You Had to Get the Results you Want.  What leader doesn’t want to unlock energy and get better results

You don’t have to write a book to master the art of storytelling.  You do need to develop and practice this skill.  No one should have to wonder, “the point of your story is…what?”     

No surprise, Betty-Ann is a gifted storyteller, and her stories come alive in the book.  There is purpose behind the personal stories and experiences she shares and if you are paying attention, you’ll benefit from the wisdom shared.  

The first story you need to master is your own story.   

Be intentional and purposeful in sharing your story.  What wisdom can you share that will benefit your listener? 

From Betty-Ann, I also learned the story, “The Hero’s Journey” and it was transformational in my own journey and gave me the confidence that I am the author of my own fate. 

What chapter are you crafting in your story right now? 

Are you in uncharted waters? 

Do you have obstacles to overcome? 

Are you transformed and ready to share your wisdom? 

Message me if you would like my hand-written copy of “The HERo’s Journey”, but fair warning: reading my handwriting is part of the mystery!

You are the author of your story.   

Andrea Hansen B.Comm., CFP, GBA
Business Advisor

 

Taken and adapted from “Three Insights Learned from Betty-Ann Heggie”, Business Voice December 2017/ January 2018 Issue

 


 Leadership is not something you do to people. It’s something you do with people.” 
                                                                                                                          - Ken Blanchard
 

 

inspire engage impact
We serve our clients by providing expert advice in financial planning, benefits & pension and personal development