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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
What’s Your Story? (2nd Revised Edition) by Cheryl E. Rodriguez takes you on a path of self-discovery. This insightful self-help book encourages you to ask yourself some very poignant questions about your past, present, and future to help you to muddle through the journey of life. Cheryl helps you tell your story as if it were one of your favorite plays or movies. What’s Your Story? takes you through the development of the plot from the five-part dramatic structure and character development to where you fit into the scheme of the things, according to the world’s measuring stick. What’s Your Story? will help you to do a self-evaluation, but will also help you to evolve in your being and to really see where you are in your life.
What’s Your Story? by Cheryl E. Rodriguez is an intriguing piece of work because of how Cheryl used the elements of building a story or plot to help me to build and improve myself. As I went through each exercise, I was left with the essence of how I would deal with a natural disaster if it hit? What would cause me to experience a paradigm shift? And how would a defining moment affect me within the near future? If you are looking for something for self-improvement or to make you honestly tap into your inner being, What’s Your Story? by Cheryl E. Rodriguez is it.