What’s Your Story Part 2

Do you know the significance of your story? Have you ever thought about how writing your story will effect you or others? You can make a difference for others by sharing your story. Being vulnerable and courageous are characteristics to adopt in telling or writing your story.

One of my new favorite authors is Brene Brown. I’m currently reading her book Daring Greatly. In the intro, she refers back to a previous book she wrote, The Gifts of Imperfection  where she reveals her Ten Guideposts for Wholehearted living.

 

I’m sure that any of you who know me know that this screamed my name and “Tranformational Tuesdays” off the page, so I shared it on the call … and here it is:

Brene Brown Guideposts (2)

So how does this tie in to ” What’s Your Story?” Well.. it IS your story. Each of these key points Brene calls Guideposts is relevant to who you are today. The one that particularly interests me right now and has been extremely important and relevant throughout my life is #4 on her list “Cultivating Gratitude and Joy: Letting GO of Scarcity and Fear of the Dark”To honor that part of me, and to honor that in each of you, I have decided to create “A Daily Gift of Gratitude” which will be a book that you can be a part of. It’s a daily reader. One page a day. A grateful thought to take with you throughout your day. And I’d love it if you would be a part of this book because whether you believe it or not, or have been told differently, your story matters. It mattered when you were told it didn’t, and it certainly matters NOW! Maybe it’s time to share a little bit of it in this book.A Daily Gift of Gratitude FINAL
For the details on how you can participate, simply go to www.yourstorymattersnow.com

If you follow me on Facebook, you know that Gratitude is a HUGE part of my life and we have been playing a game with it .. daily A-Z.  We are at the end of the alphabet, and I can promise you we will go around again with this in the near future.

Gratitude takes us our of the scarcity mindset and creates abundance. Oprah said it well:

Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.

That my friends is the truth.

I invite you to share your Grateful Heart in this upcoming book. www.yourstorymattersnow.com

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