What do you think about this credibility gap: A speaker claims to be committed to speaking from her lived experiences; to be conscious of what is true to her inner self and then speaking from that consciousness. Yet she spends weeks waffling about an invitation to speak that will cost her thousands of dollars and that she isn't sure she'll get any benefit from. The final outcome is that she decides to go because of a plea from the organizer that put the burden of success of the entire event on her shoulders: "We'll fail if you don't speak."
How can someone who has so little consciousness of her own be credible with an audience?
The only true path to credibility is to be credible. That means to be consistent from your own internal mind to your external words and actions. When you want to inspire people to believe they can chart their own path and achieve their own goals, you sure better be able to do that for yourself.
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