The Truth of Your Story

Brent Baldwin May seem like a bit of an oxymoron. After all, it is my story, and by default, it is my truth; right?

No, not necessarily. Your autobiography may have observational misnomers, oppressive phrases, mental loops that we use for self-definition or maybe it’s the perceived ridicule of others that we have allowed to define who we are. Consequently, our story becomes littered with self-doubt or feelings of being unworthy.

Inevitably this leads to feelings and actions where you allow yourself to compromise who you are and what you are; all for reasons of vanity, self-validation, or the approval of others. If this is the case now is the time to CLEAN UP YOUR ACT!

Be intentional and don’t let down your guard

Finding the truth of your story is about finding and embracing your authentic self. That part of you that is your soul and is perfect. As such, it needs to be celebrated and worn on your sleeve for all to see. Be proud, own “your story” speak your unique truth and live it with an unshakable pledge to your authenticity.

Honestly and proudly be who you are, walk your walk talk your talk. When you internalize and believe your truth, you create a shield that is impervious to the slings and arrows of anyone who would have the rudeness to tell you differently.

Shout your truth to the world ~ Think World Class