Are you ready to share your story and inspire others? Your story will be one of many that celebrate the personal, communal, or innovative accomplishments of people around the world. Storytelling is an ancient tradition prominent in all cultures around the world. Sharing your story gives the world a chance to celebrate the similarities of everyone and cultivate compassion, acceptance, and inclusion. We all have a story to tell.
- Your story must tell the what, why, and how you overcame your bad situation. Keep it under 1,000 words.
- Diversity Matters: This blog strives to show a diverse and exclusive variety of ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations and cultures.
- Non-Fiction only!
- No Religious Stories! Sharing how your spirituality helped you is cool, but this blog doesn’t promote religious views.
- Grammar is important.
- Important!Everybody has a story that matters, but we cannot publish everything. All stories will be reviewed prior to publication and not all stories will make the cut.
- Your story should include the points below.
- What inspired you to take actions for positive change
- What was the hardest obstacle(s) that you overcame to succeed
- Who, if anyone, helped you create this change
- What actions must you take to stay on your new path in life
- How can others follow in your footsteps
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7 thoughts on “Share Your Story!”
Thanks for sharing Jereme. You are so right, it is important to share your story so others can know they are not alone and that they can also survive. Is your book finished? If so what is the title and where can it be reviewed for purchase?
It’s taken me along time to overcome the abuse I took growing up. I joined a while ago but never really said much but ignored it. It makes me feel more empowered knowing I didn’t go through what I went through alone. I decided to write a book about it all. I decided that people deserve to know what I’ve been through other than my fake smile and pushing people away when they got to close. I left people wondering why I acted as I did and always said to them “you don’t know the half of what I’ve been through”
Awesome! Thanks Walter.
Hey Leah, I am browsing your websites and taking in your goals. Good aspirations. I responded more in length on Facebook, but just want to say you have my support.
Hi Christine. I just added a contact form up above that you can use.
Sounds perfect. How do we go about submitting?