Ways to Tell Your Story

In this week's podcast I talk about ways to tell your story and share your journey post South Asian Heritage Month. Continue Reading Ways to Tell Your Story

Welcome to the 207th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This episode is the final in our series on South Asian Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the diverse stories that shape the South Asian community.

This year’s theme is “Tell Your Story”, and it encourages individuals to share their personal journeys and the pivotal moments that have shaped their identities.

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In today’s show on Ways to Tell Your Story

  • How our stories make us unique. [00:58]
  • About my TEDx talk and booking me as a speaker. [01:11]
  • Why we should consider other awareness days and history months. [01:46]
  • How telling your stories authentically, can something about what it means to be human [02:58]
  • Why we don’t have to lay everything on the table. [03:34]

Quotes on Ways to Tell Your Story

  • Everyone has a story to tell, but sometimes it’s not easy to tell our stories.
  • Stories draw upon our universal need for connection, and to be human is to tell stories.
  • It can be really reassuring to hear other people’s experiences and stories.
  • Telling your stories authentically says something about what it means to be human.
  • We don’t have to lay everything on the table.

Resources on Ways to Tell Your Story

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