Episode #130. There’s a myth out there in the entrepreneur world that you have to have this big origin story. In fact, you’ve likely heard thousands of origin stories. But sometimes it can be difficult to figure out your own. Deepshikha Sairam is here to set us straight—your little stories matter just as much as a ‘big’ story. Hit play to learn how storytelling can transform your work and Dee’s many tips on how to do it!
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- The genius behind your Human Design type and how it plays into your work
- Why storytelling might be the key to stand out in a crowd of competitors
- How to share other people’s stories in addition to your own
- Deepshikha’s tips for telling stories that stick with your audience
- The amazing things you can accomplish for your business with storytelling
“One of my biggest realizations was that everybody runs their business based on what other people are teaching. Some of it will work and some of it will depend on your individual personality.”
“Your stories make you stand out in a sea of entrepreneurs.”
“How you get better at creating content and writing stories is by creating content and writing stories.
More About Deepshikha:
Deepshikha is a Business Mentor and Lead Generation Expert for female entrepreneurs who want to grow and scale a profitable online business with high-quality consistent leads and recurring revenue, organically.
Prior to starting her own business, Deepshikha was a corporate training lead at Bank of America, where she delivered numerous leadership programs on a wide array of topics ranging from emotional intelligence to business leadership. She is certified in Situational Leadership™, 7 Habits of Highly Effective Leader™ and other premier leadership programs.
When she left the corporate world to start her own business, Deepshikha leveraged her skills and talents to build a winning company, which was able to earn six figures by its second year and keep growing. This feat intrigued award-winning Marie TV enough to run a feature on Deepshikha.
In addition to offering one-on-one consulting and online group programs, Deepshikha has also guest lectured at Elephant Journal Academy teaching Instagram Marketing. She has been featured in Tiny Buddha and Elephant Journal.
She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two boys.