What makes a story worth telling? According to Nikki Groom, all it takes is being transparent and “owning your story.” Whether that’s from a personal perspective or a business perspective, sharing your story is important...
What makes a story worth telling? According to Nikki Groom, all it takes is being transparent and “owning your story.” Whether that’s from a personal perspective or a business perspective, sharing your story is important and helps move your cause forward. And according to her, everyone has a story worth telling no matter how many people it may reach.
Nikki Groom is a digital marketer, brand strategist, and content marketing expert for business leaders and entrepreneurs who want to build a successful business while making the world a better place. She is the host of Movement Makers, a podcast featuring in-depth conversations and unfiltered stories from business leaders and change agents who are making a difference on the planet, and founder of The 100 Stories Worth Telling Project. You can follow her on Twitter @nikkigroom
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