The Same Sad, Small Story

Trina Lynne/ March 27, 2017/ Entrepreneurs, Writer Advice/ 0 comments

Some people are constantly telling the same sad, small story over and over again and wonder why their lives stay the same. More importantly, they wonder why their audience isn’t buying into them.

No one likes a negative Nancy, Debbie downer or sour Sally. And no one will want to buy into someone with a sad, small story.

Now, many of us may have a story that others think is emotionally sad but by no means is it small because we use it as fuel to live large, fulfilling lives.

Are you telling a story that leads to a fulfilling life with an audience that is enamored with you? Or are you scaring away potential clients with the same sad, small stories?

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Trina Lynne is the founder and lead writer of AmbitiousEndeavors.Org and IMeanReallyDude.Com. She has been writing professionally for over 8 years and assisting writers almost just as long.
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Trina Lynne is the founder and lead writer of AmbitiousEndeavors.Org and IMeanReallyDude.Com. She has been writing professionally for over 8 years and assisting writers almost just as long.