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Ever Forward Radio with Chase Chewning

Welcome to EVER FORWARD RADIO! The podcast that brings you empowering messages and interviews from industry leaders of fitness, nutrition, mindset, entrepreneurship and personal development to help you life a life ever forward.

Oct 24, 2022

Kindra Hall discussed the power of storytelling to create change, expand influence, and inspire growth in business and in life. Kindra sheds light on how stories influence your daily life, your career/business, your relationships, and the people around you. She also gives advice and strategies for overcoming the negative stories that are holding you back from being your best self.

Choose your story, change your life. How can stories and storytelling impact your growth as a human and even the growth of your business? They can either slow it down or speed it up… and in this episode, we’re diving into that head first!

Kindra Hall is a keynote speaker, best-selling author, and the go-to expert for storytelling in business and beyond. Kindra is also the Chief Storytelling Officer at Success Magazine where she shares the inspiring, often untold, stories of achievers like Daymond John, Deepak Chopra, James Altucher, and Misty Copeland in print and on the podcast, Success Stories with Kindra Hall.


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Key Highlights

  • We become our stories. We’re made up of stories. What does that mean? Listen in as Kindra breaks it down and shares a fun exercise you can do to see how many stories you’re made up of and how those stories have shaped you.
  • Fear, especially fear of failure, often comes from the stories we’ve subconsciously held onto for our entire lives. This leads to inaction, stagnancy, and a lack of growth. How can we overcome this? 
  • If we look at what influences us, there might be a story behind why we’re influenced by those things… Listen in to hear Chase and Kindra’s thoughts on this intriguing phenomenon.
  • Kindra speaks on whether or not we need to be mindful of how our stories passively influence others.
  • If you’re struggling with the emotions from old stories and the struggle is keeping you stuck, ask yourself: Are there stories since that time that exhibit the characteristics that I want to become, that I’m working towards, or that I’m proud of? Show yourself the receipts to prove that you have evolved from those old stories.

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