The internet is a busy place these days.
As you look around you it seems like every day there's another blogger, another Instagramer, another businesswoman doing EXACTLY what you're doing, talking about the same topics that matter to you, working with that brand you've been dying to collaborate with, or launching a new project - just like the one you've been working on.
Frustrating. Discouraging. Disheartening.
But what if I told you that it doesn't matter that there are other people out there doing what you're doing? What if I told you that having competition is actually a good thing and that you CAN still succeed and grow a following, a community, and a business around your brand - even if you're not as far down the path than your "competitors"?
How can I be so sure, you're wondering?
Because no one out there is YOU.
You are unique. Your voice is unique. And the way you talk about what matters to you, the way you share your message, is unique.
At the end of the day, it is your story that will resonate with your audience and make them fall in love with you.
By telling your story you will stand out online, build trust with your following, and position yourself as the expert in your niche.
I know, it feels weird, even scary to put yourself out there but remember... great things never come from comfort zones.
What do you say, ready to step out of your comfort zone?
Watch this short video where I share 5 essential tips to help you share your story.
Ready to share your story with the world and stand out from the crowd?
I would love for you to take part in the challenge I shared at the end of the video:
- Share a post on Instagram with 5 facts about you (fun facts or simply things people didn't know about you - no rules here, get creative!).
- Share the link to this post in the comments below so I can go and check it out and get to know you!
Bonus tip: Take things one step further and in your caption ask your audience to comment with one fun fact about themselves.
I've seen some INCREDIBLE results from some of my students and clients who have taken part in the challenge (like Libby who's post received over 300 comments!).
I can't wait to read your post! Make sure to leave the link below!