Share Your Story...Even When You Have Nothing To Say - Mandy Perry

You want to share your story, your wisdom, your voice with the world but often feel like you don’t know what to say or have nothing important to say.

You want to be vulnerable – but then a flash of panic goes though you reallllyyy fast predicting no one commenting sharing or liking your stuff???

And just like that you’re back to not writing or speaking? (Most of us don’t even notice this process)

All we know is we don’t.

We don’t speak

We don’t write

We don’t create


Not really.


We do something.. But we don’t REALLY let it pour out.


This isn’t professional enough, this doesn’t sound right, this isn’t significant or important.


Well… fak all that.

What if every word you speak is important simply because you are important?

What if someone out there was meant to hear those words, read that sentence?

What if you said no to your soul and THEY suffered?
What if it is YOUR DUTY and OBLIGATION to let your music out??

How noble is procrastination and perfectionism then?

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Just like that.

Get out your pen.

Get out your paper.

Get out your laptop

Get out your phone

Go live, let the words just flow.


The first time maybe it sucks…

The second time might suck a little less…

The third time… Not so bad…

The 20th time… You’re CRUSHING IT letting your beautiful music reach the world.


When you’re 90 looking back at your life… You’ll remember the day you drew that line in the sand and stopped holding your music in.


“Don’t die with your music still inside you. Listen to your intuitive inner voice and find what passion stirs your soul. Listen to that inner voice, and don’t get to the end of your life and say, ‘What if my whole life has been wrong?” – Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Remember, life is rigged for the bold.

It’s yours when you say it’s yours.