How To Find Your Voice: 4 Questions To Ask Yourself

If you only had 24 hours to leave your legacy on the world, how would you spend your day?Because you are not replaceable, redundant, or expendable, it's important for the world to experience your unique voice.What you have to say, do, build, or create is uniquely yours and must be conveyed through you alone.voice(tweet this!)Identifying what matters most to you is the "north star" of finding your voice.And you develop your voice through exercising it, just as you would any other muscle.Consider these four questions from Stephen Covey for finding your voice. He breaks it down by mind, heart, body, and spirit:1. Mind: What are you good at doing?2. Heart: What do you love doing?3. Body: What need can you serve?4. Spirit: What gives your life meaning and purpose?As with any new exercise, you might be wobbly at first, but your voice will gain strength as it develops.XOoh by the wayPS: We want to hear from you! Who are the most powerful female voices/writers/authors of the 20th and 21st century? Share your answer with us on Facebook.

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