A revolution of the real is going on out there and it’s challenging everybody to go even deeper into what it takes to be authentic. It’s not so easy to get to simple, but it’s well worth it.
To recognize and tell the real stories you’re here to tell—and not just the ones you think you can sell.
It’s “more powerful than a locomotive.”
I’ll say it—it’s your art.
It can be more evolutionary than starting with Simon Sinek’s famous question, “what’s your why?”
I’ve discovered in authoring 20 bestselling books for kids and translating those connective lessons into successes for entrepreneurs, authors and a few of the world’s biggest brands; it starts with “what’s your what?”
It doesn’t get stopped at the mind and goes direct to the heart.
It’s simple enough to be a delight that lasts.
Your story can be told in words or pictures or a poem. Here’s one that got me today:
By Shel Silverstein
My skin is kind of sort of brownish.
Pinkish yellow white.
My eyes are greyish blueish green.
But I’m told they look orange at night.
My hair is reddish blondish brown.
But it’s silver when it’s wet.
And all the colors I am inside
Have not been invented yet.
And now, here’s my offer:
If you want to get the story of your business faster and get on with expanding what’s real and relevant to your customers in every area of your brand; I’d like to help you identify the colors you may not have invented yet.
The ones that do more than let you stand out. They make you unique.
I have an opening as of January 1st, to work with one more engaged client.
If you think you might like my help, please contact me. And let’s talk. For real.
And thank you for reading!