Are you worried about making everyone happy with every message you deliver? Are you worried about ruffling feathers and disappointing people?
Many years ago, I wrote a weekly ski column for Spokane’s daily paper and for that column, I interviewed a girl who had an interesting affliction:
If you have been following this blog for a while, you’ll recognize this content. It’s become my Arlo Guthrie Alice’s Restaurant Massacree (a spoken song played every year around Thanksgiving) or my Love Actually (the best ever Christmas movie we watch every year).
“Find something you really love doing and mix it with something you care about.” – Kathleen Hanna.
Holidays always make me nostalgic and I was thinking about how things become so ingrained in us as kids that we don’t even realize it because we don’t know any different.
I’m on the other side of a very big week, a week that has loomed not only on my calendar but also very heavily on my mind. My book was released (YAY! And more details below), but I gave a new workshop and had some client deliverables.
Sometimes, we think we’re telling a story, but it’s not really a story. I call that “so what?” content.
You keep using that word. I don’t think it means what you think it means. – Inigo Montoya, Princess Bride
I am happy to introduce you to Sarah Panus because I feel like in a way we are kindred spirits which is coincidental because her business is named Kindred Speak, LLC.
The greatest hurdle to effective storytelling for Last week we talked about a big hurdle to good storytelling: finding the time.