One of the strangest thing in the publishing world is when authors wait to be picked by the gatekeepers.
To be a Bestselling author, you must be bestowed such honor either by big publishers, celebrity authors or some standard award body.
Strange isn’t it? that an author needs the validation of others to prove that his story is worthwhile. Isn’t it strange that Great Writers struggle to be Writers due to self imposed standards.
Sadly, this is not just happening in the publishing world, but there are Gems in this World who feel that their story doesn’t matter.
If you feeling that your existence is no different from a withered plant. If you have reasoned that you are just an empty space with nothing to offer. If you have labelled your story as unrealistic and insignificant like a ghost town.
Then let me tell you that it’s not your fault that you are struggling with the hum of self doubt neither are you to be blamed for such label.
But what if you knew that your story has the power to change the live of one person, a group, a community and a nation? what if you knew that your story will always be a Bestseller?
Still in doubt, here is why your story makes a difference even if you don’t think so:Strange Isn't it? You need the validation of others to prove that your Story is worthwhile. Click To Tweet
1. Your Story is always Unique.
Do you know that each time you tell your story, hearts will always beat, tears will always roll, actions will always be stirred up and lives will always be transformed?
Do you that no matter how many times you tell your story, it spreads beyond the shores, more people resonate with you, and you always create a great impact.
Your voice does matter and if you don’t feel it, let me tell you that your story has the power to make a difference, give strength to the weak, build up courage and turn a messed life into a shining light.
No matter the number of times you say it, Your Story is Always Unique. Click To Tweet
2. You are the Hero, Actor, Villain, Boss……………..
Have you ever thought about the kind of Character you want to be? What do you want to be known for?
Are you the Character with a Voice or do you want to play a supporting role in people’s life? No matter what Character you choose to be, your existence will always be addictive.
Even if you think that your story is boring, there is someone out there whose world you are changing.
People want to know about your universe. They want to relate with your world. They want to have a piece of your vision and see the connection.
What you have to say is worth saying because you are expert in your life. You are an expert in your personal experience and this is why people are willing to go through your life chapters, fill in the holes and gaps in your story to draw from such experience.
3. Your Story Will Always Shape the World.
Although this presentation looks into the danger of a Single Story, it does show the importance of our story in the World.
A people are as healthy and confident as the stories they tell themselves. Sick storytellers can make nations sick. Without stories we would go mad. Life would lose it’s moorings or orientation….Stories can conquer fear, you know. They can make the heart larger. —Ben Okri
Stories are defined by the principle of power which is how they are told, who tells them and when they are told. This is the more reason why you have the responsibility to shape the world with your personal stories.
Think about the stories that you have shared and the perception that has been gained from these stories. You are a Writer no matter your hobby, cause or profession. Your story has the power to make a difference.
By telling your story, you have this one message that will touch one person who will make a difference in the world. You really matter and I am proud of you because you are an inspirationYour Story is always a Best Seller Even If You Don't Think So. Click To Tweet
Over To You
Your story do matter and will always be a Bestseller
As as a writer do your stories empower and humanize? or do your stories dispossess people or malign them.
In what way have you made a difference with your story? Please share in the comment section below