Feb 20, 2020
Often the stories we tell ourselves about the past are frozen in time. These fixed narratives keep us stuck, and can block us from new possibility. If we open ourselves to other perspectives and diversify the narratives, we will make room for new future identities, experiences and expectations. So, try this: Take a story from your past and rewrite it from three different points of view. For example, retell the story through someone else’s eyes, or from another part of yourself. Maybe even reframe the story from your future-self perspective. See what you discover. Twist your plot. It’s your story to write.