How can lawyers use the power of story to build better relationships and more loyal clients?
There’s a lot of power in owning your story and knowing how to communicate it effectively without ego or bragging.
Bridget Cook-Burch joins me for this conversation. His clients call him “The Book Whisperer”. She is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, mentor, trainer, mother-bear humanitarian and speaker known for her compelling stories of transformation. His powerful work has been featured on Oprah, Dateline, CNN, GMA, The History Channel, NPR and in People among many others.
She is CEO and founder of YourInspiredStory.com. Bridget is also co-founder and former executive director of SHEROES United, a non-profit organization that helps women and girls recover from trauma.
As a leader, storyteller, trainer and humanitarian, her greatest passion is to help others discover the importance of their own story and become leaders in their own communities and in the world.
Bridget’s many national bestsellers include The Witness Wore Red; Broken silence; Skinhead Confessions; women leaders; and also living proof. Bridget invites you to believe in the power of your story to change the world.
Bridget gives listeners practical advice on:
- [2:00] How to understand your story
- [6:10] The right approach to sharing your story and your clients’ successes
- [10:40] 3 tips for better public speaking
- [15:45] How to Use Stories to Get More Customers
- [17:55] Storytelling mistakes to avoid
- [21:00] Bridget’s book recommendation
- [25:15] The biggest takeaway from this episode
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