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how will your story end
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Every great story tells about the hero’s journey. The hero, with humble beginnings, has to fight to overcome great odds and stand firm in the face of danger to complete the quest. The completion of this quest determines the hero’s destiny.
You may not think of yourself as a dragon slayer or your trade and business like an epic tale, but you would be wrong. You are the hero in your story.
The world needs to hear your story and others like yourself. The SKILLED TRADE | SOUND BUSINESS project is a way to tell your story.
You know how your story starts, and you may be working on writing the next chapter. But…
How does your story end?
Have you thought about the journey’s end, the completion of the quest, the fulfillment of your destiny?
Let’s talk about that.
I’ll leave you with something I recently read that got me thinking about how I want my story to end.
Michael Hyatt & Daniel Harkavy state in their new book Living Forward,
“You never drift to a destination you would have chosen.”
I look forward to connecting with you, hearing your story, and helping you in any way I can.