What’s Your Story?

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As we are living life at a slow enough pace and with a friendly enough perspective, we are doing just two things – asking people their names as we introduce ourselves… AND asking them their story.

Everyone has a story.  Everyone wants to tell their story.  Why?  No one is or has been willing to listen to them tell their story.
Is it so amazingly simple.

Steve has spoken, mentored and modeled to churches and leaders around the world with the simple message that anyone – regardless of their gifting or experience – can be involved in bringing God’s loving kindness to others. His first book, Conspiracy of Kindness has been translated into several languages with more in the works. His first book has sold over 300,000 copies. Altogether his books have sold over 500,000 copies.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Is this introduction and question asking/listening done out on the street. Could you be a little more specific as to what “your story” means? Or amybe you could blog about some of what you have been hearing.

  2. Steve, not only is this TRUE, but the idea is SO BEAUTIFUL and, as you said, so amazingly simple! I just HAD to copy it to my Word notepad….we will get some MORE mileage out of it later! I will say, that the longer I live, the more I find this to be SO, and I practice it myself…not only cause it is a good thing to do…but it is FUN, too! Thanks, as always, for your honest and clear insights! I am always served by them!!!

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