Posts filed under ‘Storytelling’

Guy Raz – Best Interviews Ever


I’ll admit my addiction to podcasts but this Guy Raz dude – I can’t get enough of his NPR Ted Radio Hour and How I Built This. I highly recommend both. What are you listening to?

Continue Reading 25/05/2017 at 10:15 Leave a comment

Talking with Titans


Future plan no more than 6-12 months – focus on values clarification. Allows for more flexibility with opportunities, experimentation and see what doors open and people come my way.

Continue Reading 12/12/2016 at 09:15 Leave a comment

Survivorship | Susan Sink


“What we have to fight, the chaos of nature, per Gonzales, is this: our brains. Our ability to manage our impulses and also to be present mentally to find solutions even if they mean ignoring previous training.”

Continue Reading 09/12/2016 at 06:54 Leave a comment

The Beatles – Eight Days a Week


This movie is most amazing because Ron Howard has remastered hundreds of hours of film footage and photographs someone was smart enough to record and save. We get to see and hear the Beatles perform – not just talk about it. And there are narratives from Malcolm Gladwell, Whoopi Goldberg, roadies, reporters who covered the tour and the remaining Beatles. It is wonderful seeing John Lennon perform.

Continue Reading 18/09/2016 at 20:13 Leave a comment

Virtual Reality Cultivation and Fundraising


Ok so you gamers are way ahead of me – but this is an amazing opportunity to see shoes delivered, staff and children interacting and the place in which Toms (and your purchase) is making a difference. It is a great way of showing off our nonprofit missions! You and your donors will be there. And you better believe organizations are already using it…..Charity Water leading the way (again).

Continue Reading 01/12/2015 at 10:02 Leave a comment

Vietnam Bracelets and Veteran’s Day


Today we cannot forget – EVER – those who serve our country now or did in the past or gave their lives for our freedom.

Whether you agree with the US military spending, participation in wars near and far or recruitment, preparation and training of a future force – today we have military men and women who are serving at the behest of the President and for us. We cannot forget them.

Continue Reading 11/11/2015 at 09:23 Leave a comment

Connecting through Great Communication


You can’t do good science (insert your work here) without good communication,” Alda said. “You need to raise funds. The public has to back it. And you have to respect the fact that policy makers have not spent their lives studying (your work) science. They don’t talk your lingo.

Continue Reading 23/10/2015 at 09:51 Leave a comment

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