In 1872, Dr. Brewster M. Higley of Smith County, Kansas, wrote a poem entitled “My Western Home.” The words of that poem were later set to music and the song, “Home on the Range” was born. Dr. Higley noted that out on the range, one seldom heard a discouraging word. That’s important, because discouraging words can eventually crush the spirit or kill the dreams of a person. But if one is fed a steady diet of encouraging words, might the opposite happen? Could spirits be raised and dreams be realized? Thomas Edison says, “YES!” and has personal experience to prove it.
What about the words you use to tell your story? Can they lift a person up or motivate another? And if you tell the same story using different words, will the result be different? See for yourself.
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