We each have a story. I have a story. You have a story. Your next door neighbor has a story.
Now some parts are good. Some parts are painful. Some of it is incredibly beautiful, and some parts are downright humiliating, but it’s your story. I would venture to say that it’s made you the person you are today.
So figure out how to tell this story—your unique story. It may come out in the way you play your music, the way you listen to your patients or to a struggling friend; it may come in the way you fight for your clients or in the words you choose to say, if you are a writer.
Regardless, your story will come forth, so make it an incredible one.