Find your nuggets of “why” and focus your story around those

  • Your whys should form the backbone of your story
  • They’re the details that give someone a sense of who you really are
  • Often, our whys come from past failures or negative experiences
  • Don’t shy away from talking about those struggles, or poking fun at yourself
  • It makes you feel more human, more authentic, and more trustworthy

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