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Meaningful connection isn’t just about the content you share with your audience.

It’s also about connecting with yourself and your ideas behind the scenes.

 

And really, I’d argue that the second kind of connection—self connection—is a prerequisite for connecting meaningfully with those you hope to help.

One of the best ways to connect with yourself and your ideas is by putting pen to paper. I’ve pulled together some ways you can connect with yourself and your ideas, and made them into worksheets you can use over and over again.

Examples include:

  • What to Focus On: When you know you need to ask for help or make a change but you're not sure where to begin, stop for a moment and take a good look at where you are. That will help you figure out the best next step for you!
  • Examine Your Fears: I find that if you’re able to pause for a few minutes and really examine what you’re afraid of, you’re better able to face those fears and work alongside them rather than letting them stop you in your tracks.
  • Do An Experiment: When you decide to make a change, there’s an implied “forever” that can feel a bit overwhelming. This worksheet will help you create an experiment instead—try doing something for a set amount of time and then evaluate how it went to help you decide where you go next. Much less pressure!


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