The Importance of Telling Your Story

The Importance of Telling Your Story

In the world of speaking, podcasting, writing, and consulting, it's pretty easy to start your own brand.

You build a website, add a logo and boom … you are a brand.  But the question then turns to “how do people know about your brand so that they can like, know, and trust your brand?”

In this episode of the Jeff Bradbury Show,  Jeff shares a story about his students and how they are learning how to build their own EDU brands by telling their stories.

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What Is The Importance Of Telling Your Story?

Your Story Matters … Because It Is Your Own Story

  • A gateway to the path that you are currently on
  • A reminder of what has happened in your past

Why Should You Tell Your Story?

  • To help others
  • To find your voice
  • To reaffirm your values
  • To spread hope

How Should You Tell Your Story?

  • Podcasts
  • Social Media
  • Blogs
  • Presentations
  • Websites

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