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“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.”
― Dr. Seuss, Happy Birthday to You!
This quote is one of my very favorites. We are all unique with special gifts and talents that deserve to be shared with the world. In theory, it should be easy to express ourselves and to do it proudly. So why do we find it so hard to show our true selves online? I struggle with this, especially being so new to business blogging. It is far too easy to spend more time thinking about how to make my words appeal more to my reader, my ideal client, than to make sure that the words I am writing are authentic to the person I am.
Really, this kind of thinking is completely backwards, I am coming to realize. If I spend more time developing and honing my own voice, the people that I am writing these words for will respond with voices of their own. It is this kind of genuine conversation that I am looking forward to. My ultimate goal for this blog is to help people find the confidence to share their unique selves with the world and to help them develop the technical skills (via photography and design) that they need to do it proudly. Going forward, it is my plan to have every post I write accomplish one of those two things (even if it means being totally real with you all 🙂 ).
Now, I would love to hear what you have to say. What is the hardest thing about sharing who you are in your work and on your blog? If being you and only you online has become second nature for you, what advice do you have for the rest of us that are learning to have a voice?