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.
“Leverage is a term used most often metaphorically. Its origin is in physics, where a lever literally ‘amplifies an input force to provide a greater output force.’
I received the BEST ever speaking invitation a few weeks ago: To speak at my nephew’s sixth-grade class about my experience on Mt. Rainier.
If you get hung up on what to say/write, you think you don’t know how to tell a good story, I see you, and today is for you.
A friend put her home on the market in Eastern Washington and received an offer that was $100,000 below the asking price.
What does the perfect week look like to you? I am part of a program called thought Leaders Business School and have a tribe of people I get together with on a weekly basis.
New neighbors moved in down the road from us and the first thing they did in their new home was to nail a bright orange No Trespassing sign on a tree out front
I give a lot of credit to storytelling. I credit storytelling with changing the world. But. It’s not the stories. It’s the actions and the work you are doing.
“I’m not the creative type.”
I hear that all the time, especially when someone has asked me about the work I do. “Oh, that’s important work,” they say, “I need to be better at storytelling, but I don’t have an interesting story to tell.” Or, “I’m not the creative type. “
Question: if you were able to follow two, not one life path(s), what would your second/alternative life be like? I would be a fashion designer living in New York City or Paris.