As a voice discovery coach, I am often asked by perspective clients what the difference is between their story and their voice. It’s something that people confuse often, feeling like they can’t share their story because it’s not unique or because someone with a similar story has shared it before. However, your story is not your voice. Your voice is unique to you.
Sometimes, the reason you aren’t moving forward is that you are holding on to keys in your hand instead of using them to unlock doors. Be sure you are using all your gifts, talents, and skills.
What’s stopping you from feeling like you you’re being authentic when you speak, write for others, or perform in front of others?
To understand your true voice, try writing for one person instead of millions.
It’s time to understand that your audience is looking for you… show up for them!
Do you feel like you must be part of the crowd to find your place within it? Sometimes stepping away to journal is how you find your place.
Until you know what your dream is, it will be difficult to identify your voice or verify it’s authentic. Eric Thomas shares some insight having a dream versus having goals in this inspiring video.