Your Story Here
This is a call to action. Your story matters. Your story can help others. And your story can be featured in our upcoming book, The Positivity Project.
We are looking for people who have living positive lives despite the challenges of living with a chronic illness.
We are looking for everyday heroes. Those who fight through the fatigue, through the pain and have the strength to remain positive. Your story can help those who are newly diagnosed and struggling in their own right. Your story has the power to inspire, uplift and help someone who may not know where to turn.
Your story shows people where to turn. It shows them the path of someone who has been there before. Even if you made mistakes, but picked yourself back up, those are important lessons to share. Be the hope and inspiration for those who need it by sharing your story in our Positivity Project.
- Fill out the submission form below.
- You will then have your story reviewed and submitted for approval.
- Once approved, we will schedule an introductory call with one of our hosts, Matt or Tara.
- Then, you will appear on our podcast for an interview about your experience.
- That transcript will then become part of The Positivity Project book.
Once you have completed your podcast interview, you will work with award winning author, Matt Cavallo. This process will help refine your story and get it ready for the print version, which will be available at Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and wherever books are sold.
Matt broke onto the scene with his now famous memoir, “The Dog Story,” which chronicled his diagnosis of MS. Since then, Matt has told his Dog Story to audiences around the world. He makes you laugh, cry, and in the end, feel hope and inspiration.
We want you to come along on this journey of hope and inspiration by sharing your story.
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