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March 17, 2022 64 min

How can your inner narratives help you overcome your limiting beliefs? Kindra Hall, Chief Storytelling Officer at Success Magazine, bestselling author, and speaker has always had a fascination for storytelling and how it can elevate your business and your life. She shares how to use her 4 step methodology to install new stories that serve you, why it's important to celebrate your wins, how to communicate a story that sticks with your audience, and how you can deal with impostor syndrome by finding evidence of your success.

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