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What if your story just seems boring?
The great news is that what you may think is “boring” or too common is exactly what others will connect with. That time you stayed up all night trying to finish a project, only to realize you never hit the save button or when you and your friends piled into one car for a road trip to the beach.
Finding your story is all about looking within yourself and rediscovering your creative confidence. Telling your story involves pushing past the “fear of the messy unknown, fear of being judged, fear of the first step, and fear of losing control.”
, Creativity and Confidence Catalyst, helps solopreneurs develop confidence and creativity from the inside out – and then boldly express their unique message to the world, so they can have the impact (and success) they desire.
In this episode of The Storyteller Circle, Pamela Ziemann will be sharing:
- her personal story of finding her voice and message
- why you and your story should dare to be boring
- the power of finding your story and your voice from inside yourself and in everyday moments
- how to ground yourself so that you can find your inner power, voice, and story
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More About Our Guest:
Pamela Ziemann, Creativity and Confidence Catalyst, helps solopreneurs develop confidence and creativity from the inside out – and then boldly express their unique message to the world, so they can have the impact (and success) they desire.
She rarely spoke as a child and was dubbed the girl who speaks with her eyebrows. She observed life around her and tried to make sense of it. One day in her early 20s she put what she could in her little Toyota truck and moved 1600 miles from my home. She wanted what these authors wrote about… complete freedom. So, in her 30s, she left her appraisal life behind to travel throughout Asia and Europe. Every page of her passport was stamped, but something was still missing.
Her life-changing moment came in the frozen food aisle at the grocery store. You’ve seen those brightly colored packages of frozen meals in a box? she bought them for years and believed the marketing health claims. One day when she was about to toss a ‘Healthy Choice’ meal into her cart, she realized that these profit-driven corporations didn’t care about her at all. They cared about their bottom line. She was determined to stop relying on others and get back in touch with her own creative genius.
It took her years to get up the nerve to speak to groups. But one day, at a National Speaker’s Convention, she learned a different way. The facilitator told them that they each had a minute to speak or not speak. She decided ahead of time that when it was her turn she would simply be silent and enjoy the connection with others. About 20 seconds into her minute, she intuitively felt like saying something to the woman across from her. Words emerged from her heart, not her head. People listened and she felt happy.
It was like taking off heavy armour and feeling surprisingly more powerful without it. It expanded to other areas of my life. she started wearing organic clothes because they felt better on my skin. I switched from a diet that benefited the large, industrial food systems to one made her feel light, flexible and energized. she spoke my truth. She understood what she had read so many decades before in M. Scott Peck’s book The Road Less Travelled. Transcend traditional culture. These were no longer just words on a page. It was a way of life. Now she’s excited to help other entrepreneurs find that same freedom, because this kind of lifestyle has opened up SO many beautiful opportunities in her life.
_Connect with Pamela: http://pamelaziemann.com/ _
More About Dana Rivera:
Disney & Pixar freak, child of the 90s, vintage camera collector, and world traveler. Dana is a Video Editor & Video Vision Mentor at Dana Rivera Films. Before she started working with online women entrepreneurs crafting their video visions, she was a documentary filmmaker, creating online short films for nonprofits and corporations. She was on the front lines of crafting strategies for how video aligned with their core messages and principles, filming interviews and events, editing their content into meaningful finished videos and finally implementing plans for getting them in front of the right people. The results: Rapid growth of their youtube channel, increased awareness of their cause and mission in the community and jumps in reaching their fundraising goals.
But she had that big student debt number floating over her head, so she grew her business on the side to pay it down. And she fell in love with helping women conquer video.
She believes that Every person’s story matters. No matter how seemingly small or big, they all have an impact and deserve to be recorded.
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