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Lisa Nichols On How To Move People With Your Story

Every single thing you touch is impacted by your story.

— Lisa Nichols

We all know how important it is to master the art of telling stories, but do you know how to do it well with your own unique voice?

About The Video

How can you actually move people with your story?

In this video, Lisa Nichols shares how “showing your story” rather than just “telling” it can help you in every aspect of your life — both professional and personal.

And note: your day-to-day does not have to involve public speaking for this advice to be useful.

After all, we share a story in nearly every interaction. By making just a few tweaks to the way we speak about ourselves, we can learn to how to touch souls with our stories, and to speak and inspire.

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Did you feel the difference when Lisa showed her story compared to when she told it?

Show us your story in the comments section below!

Lisa Nichols

Lisa Nichols

Lisa Nichols is one of the top speaking coaches in the world today, with her ability to command a stage and inspire audiences globally placing her among the very best orators in history — alongside legends like Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy, Nelson Mandela and more.

But before Lisa became the #1 most-requested teachers on the hit movie, The Secret, her life was filled with unimaginable scarcity and struggle. Today, Lisa is only one of two African American women to take her company, Motivating the Masses Inc., public.

She’s authored six best-selling books and has made numerous appearances on shows like Oprah, The Today Show, the Steve Harvey Show, and Extra. Now, she’s joining Mindvalley to teach you how to use your voice to find your mission, inspire others, and rally people behind the causes that sing to your soul.

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