“Here’s a cool thing about your voice: the more you share it, the more clear it becomes. The more you use it, the more powerful it becomes. It is a muscle; use it or it will atrophy. Honor it.” — Angie Lau
The art of storytelling is the key to ensuring our message resonates with our audience as purpose-driven entrepreneurs. So where do we start? How do we share our stories in a meaningful and authentic way?
In this special episode, we sit down with news anchor legend Angie Lau for a masterclass in the art of authenticity and narration.
This episode first aired on my friend Regina Larko’s Podcast #impact — an amazing show that highlights changemakers making waves in Hong Kong. I love Regina’s approach to curating stories and knew that you would love getting to know her, as well as one of her past guests Angie Lau.
Is my story worth telling? Will what I have to say make an impact? How do I connect with my audience?
These are all questions Regina helps us to answer as she interviews Angie. “Angie encourages us to tackle these questions by addressing the very things that make us tick: our genesis, our philosophies, the reasons we think the way we do. She invites us to dig deeper during our one-on-one interactions and indulge in our innate curiosity.”
“You do have important stories to tell. You do matter. Your voice matters. Who you are matters. What you do matters. And it is not anybody’s responsibility to tell your story, except your own…” — Angie Lau
In Today’s podcast episode, you’ll learn:
-The importance of our voices and our stories
-Capitalizing on our fears and vulnerabilities to craft our stories
-Cutting through the noise: how Angie found her voice
-How Angie’s new platform, Forkast.News, measures its success