Develop Your Story and Your Voice

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Learn how to talk about why you want to lead.

Write a first draft of your personal narrative.

You’re here because something in your background or your experiences drives you to make a difference. That story – of who you are, where you came from, and your lived experiences – is the center of your leadership style. It drives why and how you lead and build relationships, even if unconsciously. Until you’re comfortable with your own story, you won’t be able to feel confident connecting with the people you want to serve. Developing your voice is an empowering, crucial part of owning your leadership path.

“Your story is powerful because it’s yours.”
– Ayanna Pressley, U.S. Representative for Massachusetts’s 7th congressional district, Former Boston City Council Member

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