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Staying True to Your Values

As a BIPOC speaker, staying true to your values is paramount to your authenticity and long-term success. In this chapter, we explore how to navigate the challenges and opportunities while remaining committed to your principles.

We cover the following important aspects:

Defining Your Values

Discover how to define and prioritize your core values, which will guide your speaking career and decision-making.

Ethical Considerations

Explore ethical considerations in public speaking, including issues related to representation, sponsorship, and message alignment.

Navigating Difficult Choices

Learn how to navigate challenging decisions while remaining true to your values and maintaining your integrity.

Advocacy and Activism

We discuss how your values can lead to advocacy and activism, using your platform to drive positive change.

Handling Criticism

Explore strategies for handling criticism and staying true to your values even in the face of opposition.

By the end of this chapter, you will be better equipped to navigate the complexities of the speaking industry while staying aligned with your values and principles.

The subsequent chapters will continue to empower you on your journey as a BIPOC speaker, addressing topics like inspiring the next generation and the future of BIPOC speaking.

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