Are you worried about making everyone happy with every message you deliver? Are you worried about ruffling feathers and disappointing people?
A Walk in the Woods
Join me in my walk in the woods videos, where I talk about how leaders can use the power of Storytelling for impact, helping uncover the stories that move their audiences. I’ve been told I have a knack for taking complex topics and making them simple but engaging.
If not at my desk, you might find me out on the trail with my dogs and husband, out skiing or trail running. It’s where I do my best creative problem-solving. So, sit back and enjoy the great outdoors, taking these walks in the woods with me. Let's learn how to use the power of storytelling and effective communication to influence action and bring ideas to life.
Let's change the world one story at a time.
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Sometimes, we think we’re telling a story, but it’s not really a story. I call that “so what?” content.
The greatest hurdle to effective storytelling for Last week we talked about a big hurdle to good storytelling: finding the time.
The greatest hurdle to effective storytelling for nonprofits is making the time commitment.
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.
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.
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.
Planning for your gala speeches? As you might guess, I have some thoughts and opinions. 🙂
I invite you to take another walk in the woods with me and Murphy.
Today, I’m thinking about using story to remove the transactional nature and to get what you want.