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Off the cuff topic today as I discuss why realism is deadly to story-telling, especially with Comic-Book Movies.
I meant to say The Invisible Man (1933) directed by James Whale which the Hollow Man (2000) was inspired by.
Directors mentioned: James Whale - Norman Taurog - Cecil B. DeMille
Come Join us for some fun!!! Bring a virtual gift for each guest and describe in detail what it is that you are offering to the party. Your Hostesses Lisa and Monica Today will set the scene. Act one scene one of the party takes place in a beautiful meadow... etc. We will begin by each sharing our gifts and then continue starting a story that each caller will take turns continuing.This celebration is a wonderful exercise for the imagination, a way to visualize and share exciting stories and to connect with new people! This should be a wonderful time! To register private message me with the phone number that you will be calling in from so that i can pull you into the call and whether or not you would rather remain anonymous. (Good for shy folks ;) The call in number for the show is (347)989-0110 you can always
Are you at a loss as to how to connect and communicate your business value to clients and customers across generations? You are not alone. In today's business world we now have 4 generations of workers and 5 generations of buyers. Trying to communicate the same message to boomers and bloggers can become a challenge. So, how do you connect with your potential client base when it spans such a wide rage of communication preferences?
One of the most unifying and memorable ways to communicate is to use strategic storytelling in business. Every generation likes a good story well told! Everything you do, from establishing your brand, to designing your website, to pitching a client, to interviewing for a job--all of which will likely be to audiences of different generations--can become more captivating and memorable with a story.
Join Coach Sherry and Diane Windingland of Small Talk Big Results, to learn why using stories strategically in business can bridge the generational divide and learn how you can craft your own business stories in Communicating Your Business Value through Story Telling on The BrainBox Trust.
Note: This is a new, rebroadcast of the show that aired on December 11, 2012. That show has been removed do to sound issues.
Discussing their very different approaches to creating a story, and each sharing their tales of moments of discovery as they prepare for the Sydney International Storytelling Festival 2014, Caroline Welkin's guest is Gaye Sutton. Gale is a veteran storyteller who poses as counsellor and celebrant, and lives and works in Wairarapa N.Z, has traveled the world with her stories, and been involved in the amazing Glistening Waters Storytelling Festival.
Your Host, Caroline Welkin, came to storytelling later in her performing career which encompassed comedy, radio and acting. These two tellers share the belief that humour nourishes and heals the soul.
Join Ami & Margaret to Slice Up our daily life from Another View. "Wonder and Passion
Awareness of our Feeling"
... adventurous shifts of perceptions... awareness of our belief... the placebo affect.... the Neuroplasticity of our brains... and enjoyable effective ways to create new neural pathways... cultivating our wonder and imagination... ingenuity... The science of the heart...
Lisa grew up in a traditional home in Ireland, surrounded by the beautiful countryside (it really is greener than anywhere else!), amazing stories of pixies and leprachauns, and the warmth of Jewish practice (not mentioning chicken soup and kugel). She grew up listening to and telling stories.
Realizing her passion for adult learning, her journey included Training & Development Management in large multi-national organizations and years filled with personal development and stories!
The story continues formal Coaching Training, ICF accreditation and the birth of Story Coach Inc. Now, Lisa train Story Coaches and help entrepreneurs de-stress their marketing, build their business with confidence and inspiration by finding their success story.
What's Your Story ! Join Lisa and as she guides us in finding and telling our story.
Get Lisa’s new book “Cinderella & The Coach”
General discuusions around things that matter and with people that matters. How stories of individuals have an impact on family members, community, financially and spirituality. How do the tools of wellness work through recovery? We ask ourselves why certain event happen to us, when the anwser is already there. Maybe the anwser might come from someone who is listen, or its in your story.
Emily Matweow a Master Intuitive is my guest. Emily’s website: www.emily.org
Emily Matweow inspires audiences to know their Intuitive Self and shares wisdom that demonstrates simple ways to begin. Sharing powerful messages in understandable ways is the gift Em brings her audiences. She is an authentic, engaging story-teller with a charisma that inspires by example. She is also the author of The IN Club – Consciously Evolving Your INtuition.
When the Fairy Godmother said to Cinderella, “Impossible things are happening every day.” she was speaking a universal truth – a truth that Emily Matweow lives everyday as she facilitates profound healing with individuals, and performance enhancing re-awakenings with businesses. The founder of Maverick Medicine, Emily is a master intuitive who sees the fast track to “impossible” personal or business breakthroughs. Whether clients show-up with courage and openness, or come jaded and desperate, they must be willing to walk with her to that place where all things are possible… where becoming the best they were designed to be, means letting go and embodying the everyday magic that is already in them. “Maverick Medicine is apart from the herd …and that makes all the difference.”
Emily speaks from personal experience and stands before us as a successful example of what she seeks to instill in her listeners. Her authenticity and gentle humor accompany her maverick brand of explaining intuition. Her unique approach is making her one of the newest sought out interviews today. Her favorite interview topics include: