When someone asks me to tell a story, I tell a STORY—even when I’m doing a casual Q&A at my Personal Story Power event.
I never want to pass on an opportunity to hone my craft.
And let’s be honest: I’ve never been good at operating at anything less than 100%.
So when an audience member asked me to tell the story of how I proposed to my wife, Dawn, I approached it with my usual level of intensity.
The details are all true, by the way: Dawn’s goddess hair, Heath Ledger, etc. I couldn’t make up better ones if I tried.
And take note: It’s those little pieces that really make this story sing. Keep this in mind for the next story you tell.
I also hope this video inspires you to go all out every time the spotlight lands on you.
Think back to the last story you told. How well did you share those little details that really make your story come alive? Give yourself a rating from 1-10 in the comments below, and make a commitment to amp it up the next time you give it a go.
To really take your commitment to the top, check out this video in which I’ll share the three crucial steps for capturing and communicating your personal story.