How many people would listen to what you have to say?

say something

More than you think. Way more.

When I first started my blog, I really didn’t have much of a reason for doing so. I just wanted to get my thoughts out of my head and into the world.

And I didn’t think anyone would read it.

Who was I to start a blog? What knowledge could I impart on the world that people would actually be interested in? Who was going to read what I write?

In the beginning, very few people read my blog. My family, a few friends, and some co-workers read my articles every once in a while.

Same deal with my podcast. Who the hell would want to listen to me? What value would my interviews add over the thousands of other entrepreneurship podcasts already in existence?

Turns out, there are a bunch of people who read my blog posts and listen to my podcast interviews. It’s not a huge number but it’s way more than I expected.

I realized that there is always someone out there who is willing to read what you have to write or listen to what you have to say.

Even if the topic has been covered through and through, you have a unique point of view that will resonate with more people than you think.

And even if you’re not a true expert on anything specific, there will be people out there who will connect with your experience and story.

There will always be someone in the world who might be going through a similar situation as you are and is seeking advice.

So if you think you have a story to tell, you should tell it. You might think that no one will consume what you produce, but I think you’re wrong.

I think way more people are interested in what you have to say. So say it.

Do you have something to say, but have been scared to say it because you think no one will listen? Tell me about it in the comments!

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