This is a story about not letting our circumstances define who we are. If today’s guest can do that, we can do it. She is not paying it forward. She came from a place of extreme poverty to start this global nonprofit Days for Girls International. Celeste Mergens is the founder and CEO of Days […]
The greatest hurdle to effective storytelling for nonprofits is making the time commitment.
As I type the first draft of this, I’m on a plane back to my hometown to finally have a gathering and memorialize my dad, who passed away in May 2020.
I get asked hard questions a lot, and the answers are always simple, but doing the work for the desired outcome is not.
Last week I spoke at the Idaho Nonprofit Conference and, I was asked how to cut through the noise and the answer is quite simple but, the implementation is not.
It starts with a beautiful wild place to visit. Then, everyone journeys there. The place gets disrespected, trampled, and trashed.
If you’re worried telling your personal story feels self-indulgent, I have first, a story, then, a little diagnostic to help you determine if it’s sharing or oversharing.
Last week I presented to a group of Solo PR professionals on the power of personal storytelling.
It’s time for another walk in the woods! Will you join me? Today, I have reflections on starting a movement and leading change based on what I have learned from my dogs.
Last week, I met with a client to talk about her gala speech. This was a big night for her because she was stepping into a new role as executive director.