Episode 248: How Much Of Your Personal Life To Share With Your Audience

This episode was inspired by a recent call in our PGSD community.

How much of my personal life to share with my audience was a decision that I needed to make when it came to growing my business. It was especially important because – as someone who talks about my own personal development and struggles – I had to consider whether or not I should share my stories that involve other people. 

Listen to today’s episode to learn how you can make a clear decision about what to share when it comes to your personal life

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • How you can come to a clear decision about how much of your personal life to share
  • Questions that you can ask yourself when considering sharing experiences and stories
  • The lessons I’ve learned when sharing my personal life experiences

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Ever wonder how much of your personal life you should be sharing with your audience? In today’s episode I share my experience and advice.

Author: Sam Brown