A conversation about values always leaves one empathetic, inspired, with lots of experience and reflections as well. The reflection of a person’s qualities is a look-alike of our own. We tend to relate, trying to find more similarities and more often, gain a sense of reassurance from that particular person about having an understanding of what we’ve gone through. This reassurance comes in phases- and those mainly the phases of appreciation.
Now, it is rightly said that anything one appreciates or feels motivated by, they tend to repeat it. Be it a habit of any other person, or the existing behaviors of themselves. If it is a wave of inspiration from others, you want to find a way to adapt it, but if it is an experience of you from the past, you’d want more of what was there. This appreciation indeed solidifies facts and qualities and further helps you bring more clarity to yourself.
Then there comes the part when it is not just you but others recognizing and appreciating you for adapting that value. You feel more motivated, already present, and will become even more empowered. All of these, in a way, is driving you to give your best and hence, helping you take a step forward in positive directions of your growth.
Since we’ve had discussed enough conversation, we now are going to look at one of the aspects that invoke successful conversations. It is nothing but the art of storytelling. We’ll look at how this particular skill is crucial not just for the authors out there, but also relevant to use in common communications. In accordance, we’ll understand how it is a fruit of growth for our corporate society as well.
It is rightfully said that ‘ If one wants to make success, they’d first have to enact success in front of others. They’ll have to be a good example first.’ By this we mean if you want people to demonstrate certain values the way you’d like, you first show them what it is exactly you like, or your way.
You share stories about you doing things in a different way to make them get along with your perspective first. Share a simple story about you enacting that value. This will affirm your credibility.
If one can build credibility, that means you give them an insight and if that comes out well, people start to know you not just from your position in the company or your educational qualifications, but even from the character point of view.