In my March blog, Two Tips To Help Improve Your Emotional Intelligence, I touched on the importance of being aware of the way we react to stories other people share with us. This helps take another person’s perspective or feelings on board and respectfully acknowledge them, even if different to your own. This is also known as empathy, and it’s this...

Emily Esfahani Smith’s Ted talk, explains that creating a narrative from the events of our life brings clarity and helps us understand how we became who we are today. However, the stories we tell ourselves in reflection are not always positive and can leave us feeling down, flat and melancholy. So how can we help turn our own stories to...

I don’t know about you, but lately, I have witnessed a lot of buzzwords being used like "know your why" and "what is your purpose" in both my personal and professional worlds. For me, the answer to this lies in your story, however, I have struggled to find any information that actually helps people to define their story from within...

I have always been known to share stories with people I come into contact with, but I believe that is a good thing. I am a people person who regularly attends events to ‘spread My Word’. When I meet someone new I figure out pretty quickly what common ground I have with them and then I share a real-life story...

Recently we sat down with Anne to speak about her experience with My Word and in particular the process of creating a My Storyboard for her husband. Her story is one of strength helped along by the original ideas My Word have offered. Here is what she had to say…   Tell us a little about your story My husband was admitted into an aged...