Your Personal Rules for Storytelling! Avoid the Authenticity Trap & Vulnerability Hangovers

14 Dec 2023 • 14 min • EN
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In Part 2 of this 3-part Simple Storytelling Strategies miniseries, we unpack how to craft relatable stories that build trust with your audience… in a way that feels safe for you – without creating a vulnerability hangover or fuzzy boundaries! I created this miniseries because it’s crucial to connect with your audience and stand out in a highly AI-generated world. Stories are a fantastic way to do this. AND…this shift toward relatability in online marketing means your audience is always looking for more authentic & vulnerable content. That’s why we’re tackling how to tell stories without giving away too much information or feeling vulnerable in the name of authenticity! You'll hear tons of examples & guidance that’ll help you become a great, authentic storyteller without stepping on your own boundaries and privacy. Listen in for tips on… 1. Practical Storytelling Strategies: No more struggling with finding story ideas or topics! Learn to tap into your experiences & watch storytelling become a highly-accessible tool in your marketing arsenal. 2. Personal Rule Setting & Navigation: Define your own edges when sharing personal stories. There’s a fine line between being relatable and crossing into uncomfortable territory! 3. The Power of Process: It’s crucial to fully process your personal stories before sharing them with your audience. Listen in & walk away knowing that your stories can bring value and connection to your audience without causing unnecessary harm or discomfort… To you OR your audience! Thank you for taking a moment and leave the podcast a 5-star review! We want to impact many many many more experts like you this year! We so appreciate it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

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