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  • Writer's pictureRonald Palmieri

"What's Your Story?"

I have always been interested in learning more about people, and it's always been easy to do. People are happy to talk about themselves, their accomplishments, their families. Sometimes, though, I found myself getting a list of facts about people, which helps me understand what they're interested in, but not who they are.

Recently, I stopped framing the question as "Tell me about yourself." I began asking "What's your story?" Whether it's regarding their career, their education, or even something deeper, I always get far more engaging response.

We all have stories to tell. So. What's your story?

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