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As I have said in the past “sometimes you have to risk sharing who you were, to be who you are”; I decided to tell some of the backstories to my growing up gay as it related to my Summer 2018 TEDxProvincetown talk as my training tool. So with 2019’s Pride Season about to kick off, I thought it was fitting to use it as my celebration to share. Hence my calling it “What You See, Isn’t Always What You Know” my prequel to TEDxPtown’s “What The Bear Could Teach Goldilocks”.
You all know how I am a big fan of storytelling in any form. It is even something I include as one of the MentorSF programs. So anytime I find training worth sharing about I will. Here is one coming up in May from one of my favorite programs
Making yourself marketable has never been more critical than in today’s saturated and cutthroat market. Here is 6 Ways to make it happen
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Heather Heyer’s mother heals through storytelling of daughter killed during Nazi protest in Charlottesville
Storytelling. How do you show it’s power? This is the power of storytelling. When it hurts the most, is when the story is the most important to share. Heather Heyer’s Mom speaks about her daughter at the memorial service. Getting huge coverage in the press Washginton Post and the New York Times this remarkable women […]
Telling more of the “stories” that validate the experience of diversity