Share Your Awesomeness Without Bragging

What do you do that is absolutely amazing?  Does anyone know about it?  Have you not told anyone because you are afraid of bragging?  No one wants to be a braggart.  How do you stop bragging and start sharing?

Are you thinking that you don’t do anything that is absolutely amazing?  If so, click on the video right away!  You need to become aware of the thing you do that is absolutely amazing.

Get it all today in the Conversation Starter: Share Your Awesomeness Without Bragging.

You will learn about how to share rather than brag, why you are sooooo awesome, and why everyone needs to know how awesome you really are!

What are your thoughts on eliciting greatness?  What do you see as the difference between sharing and bragging?  How will you make space on your plate so you can step into your mission?  I would love for you to share your moment-to-moment awesomeness.  There just may be someone who needs what you got!

Join the conversation by sharing below!  Be authentic because you never know how your share or comment will transform another person.

Have a peaceful, joyous, love-filled day!


Psst . . . Bonus question — How do you get someone to stop bragging and start sharing?  I would love to hear the techniques you have or will use!

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  • June 12, 2013

    Awesome video, and I loved the quote. Just yesterday I was told to keep shining. I will do my best.

    • Africa
      June 12, 2013

      Velda A, can you share more about the shining light you bring into the world?

  • Kathy Kelly
    June 12, 2013

    This may not be the best way to get someone to stop bragging, but I once said to someone I was dating. “Michael, people who are truly great don’t have to tell anyone because everyone already knows”.

    A better way to getting someone to start sharing may be to ask how they got so good at what they are bragging about.

    • Africa
      June 13, 2013

      Love these ideas, Kathy! When I hear people bragging, I’m starting to ask them what was joyous about what they are bragging about. So far, it has worked well. I have seen people shift their demeanor completely. I bet the same thing would happen with your second suggestion. It sends people into reflection mode and they begin to pull from a more authentic place of sharing.

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