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The uncomfortable truth about storytelling

"You can always, always give something, even if it is only kindness!" - Anne Frank

David Luescher
1 min read

An idea for you to consider

There are two types of storytellers.

Those who tell themselves stories that change their lives.

Those who tell themselves stories that keep them stuck in fear.

The stories we tell ourselves can be dangerous.

Create them with care.

Which type of storyteller are you?


A podcast episode worth listening to

0:00 Intro 02:22 Speaking my truth - the consequences of acting 08:06 How do you become who you want to be? 14:44 How do you build self-awareness? 22:04 Whats the importance of struggle? 25:30 Remote working 38:14 What do we learn from change? 48:56 How do I encourage someone out of despair? 56:37 How are you doing? 01:02:34 Our last guest question


A quote for you to ponder

"You can always, always give something, even if it is only kindness!" - Anne Frank

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