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Whether it’s your own personal bio, a summary for your company’s “about” page, or a pitch to a major client, fitting everything important into a concise yet engaging narrative is a challenging task. Rod's guest, Julienne B. Ryan is a talent management professional with 20 years of organizational development, management consulting, talent acquisition, and training experience will discuss the power of Story Telling.
Julienne's backgroud includes human resources roles with Fortune 500 hundred companies including Avon, American Express, Diageo, Con Edison Non-Regulated Subsidiaries and Right Management.
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Welcome to Ladies Let's Talk Radio. This week our guest will share how putting your story into words and in print help so many more people than you ever will realize.
She will tell her story and help you with yours.
Join us 8:00p to 8:30p PDT every Wednesday. Tell your friends and join us on social media. #LadiesLetsTalkRadio.
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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
Looking at transphobia & homophobia through the art of theatre. John Copeland discusses the re-mount of "Anita Bryant's Playboy Interview" (A Big Queen Production), directed by Paul Stein, sound design by Ron Klier, costumes by Jonathan Bryant, adapted by Robert Whirry and John Copeland. With John Copeland as Anita Bryant, Stephen Simon as Ken Kelley, Madelynn Fattibene as Playboy's Playmate of the Month. Playing LIVE at The Cavern Club Theater - starting Friday, March 20, 2015.
Also, a talk with the cast of Under My Skin (by the Akabal Theatre in association with the Macha Theatre), written by Emanuel Loarca, Fernanda Milán, and Victoria García Peña, directed and produced by Emanuel Loarca, choreographed by Beatriz Eugenia Vasquez. Executive Producer: Laura Figueroa. The cast includes the talents of Ludo Vika, Daniel Galo, Isabella Cascarano, Mariluz Acosta, Delante McCreary, Anhel Jacobo Pulido and Leo Vargas. Playing March 26 - April 30, 2015.
Featured Episode Music: GRAMMO SUSPECT AKA MTETEZI WA RAIA
It's StoryTelling time on the "Just say it to Candace Radio Show! "High above the Arican landscape we see elephants , with the earth. Look really close in the woods and move in a little closer. Do you see that oddly shape mound about four feet tall with a peak on the top? Zoom in closer , closer. Right there!! Lets explore and hear the adventures of Taira the giraffes, cheetahs, alions roaming the land freely. The humans go about their day- to - day activities mostly in harmony Termite Queen!!
Join us on Thursday to hear Ron Pinkham discuss Storie Telling, ceremonial trips that we have taken together in the past, and discussing the meaning of dreams amongst Native Americans. Ron will tell a couple of stories to help heal people with this technique of Oral Tradition.
In the beginning of the Hour we will give a blessing and Activation for all our listeners. Thank you all for joining us!
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
Writers get ready! When it comes to writing know-how, Bob Welch is a beloved speaker, author and teacher. He is a storyteller by nature and twice won the National Society of Newspapaer Columnists' highest award. Bob is the author of 17 books and more than 2,000 columns. Oregon Christian Writers is happy to announce Bob Welch as its Spring keynote speaker. Today Maxine and Jeannie will find out what it takes to focus our stories and stop sabotaging our writing efforts. For more information about the May 16th one-day conference in Eugene, OR, go to www.oregonchristianwriters.org.
TODAY TOPIC IN THE STADIUM IS, ARE COACHING OPPORTUNITY IN PRO SPORTS FAIR TO ALL QUALIFYING CANDIDATES?
TONIGHT GUEST IN THE STADIUM IS NO OTHER THEN AUTHOR , STORY TELLAH "CHARLES" HE HAS WRITTEN OVER 20 BOOKS.
WITH HIS NEWLY RELEASED WORK, "SINS OF THE 7EVENTH", HE TACKLES HOMOSEXUALITY IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS AND HOW KEEPING SECRETS CAN DESTROY EVERYONE AROUND YOU.SO CALL IN AND JOIN THE TALENTED PENNY PITTMEN AND KEITH THE BOSS CLOSS DISCUSS EVERYTHING SPORTS TONIGHT BY CALLING 646 -721-9841 OR YOU CAN LOG IN @ WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM\KEYSTYL
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.
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You know the experience of child abuse. It’s left you feeling embarrassed to share your thoughts and feelings, believing there must be something wrong with you. You are not alone. Telling your story is a milestone in your healing. When you share it, you are releasing the power it holds over you.
In honor of Child Abuse Awareness month, we are telling our story. The lessons learned from our story is the seed to thriving. It takes a tremendous amount of courage to speak the truth. It takes awareness to how your story is delivered, being mindful of how it will affect your listener. Balance is the key. Join guest Kari Kelley to learn of her story and how she has used it to enrich her life and those who hear her. Her book, Black, Blind and Female is also available.
CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, is the author of How to Love Yourself: The Hope after Child Abuse and a thriver after childhood abuse. She shares her healing journey… and her FREE ebook. CLICK here for a FREE copy of 11 Tools for Happiness. You can reach Susan directly at email@example.com.