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  • Writer's pictureMali Bain

The Importance of Writing Your Story: Reasons to Share

As writers embark on the journey of crafting a book, doubts often arise: "Is it worth it? Will anyone read it? Will it matter to future generations?" In my work with families I’ve heard the same refrain from many. Yet, amidst these uncertainties lie compelling reasons why sharing life and family stories matters.

  1. Preserve the Past: In a digital age where technology evolves rapidly, a book endures as a tangible record. Unlike digital files that can be lost or become obsolete, a book stands the test of time, lasting for generations.

  2. Self-Reflection: Writing a book offers a chance to explore memories and find insights. Through reflection, authors often find healing and a deeper understanding of themselves.

  3. Inspire Future Generations: Personal stories can inspire those who come after, offering lessons in resilience, gratitude, and adventure. By sharing experiences, authors leave a legacy that can guide and uplift future generations.

In essence, writing a book is more than just documenting; it's a way to celebrate life, share wisdom, and leave a lasting impact on the world. It isn’t about ego: it’s about service, about learning, about sharing. 

So, to those who question the value of sharing their story, remember: your words have the power to endure and inspire and that's what makes writing a book worthwhile. Check out some of the books others have created, sign up for a "Getting Unstuck" webinar, or just set up a time to connect.

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