You Do Not Need A Huge Stage For Your Voice To Be Heard
After being incredibly discouraged about it for some time, and I mean a great amount of time, It dawned on me that I pitched to speak at a Summit and was actually considered. I may have not been officially finalized as one of the speakers but I AND MY IDEA WAS CONSIDERED AND VALUED. There are so many people who pitch an idea to an organization, event or manager and never get a response. So this was not merely a rejection but a HUGE step in the right direction.
Teresa . :
Such a lovely post. It can be easy to get caught up in the numbers, but there is so much more to using your voice and blogging than numbers. The impact you have on the few people you have touched counts. At the end of the day, it is so much better to have a smaller but more engaged group of people than a larger audience that doesn't interact as much! Hope you have a lovely day! 💛
Caroline B :
I completely agree with what you said at the end about your voice mattering and experiences being valuable, no matter what your stage is- I feel as though I have often learned more from sitting down and talking with my friends than I have from a big public speaker. Never stop using your voice, because someone will always be listening!