"Story Smart: Using the Science of Story to Persuade, Influence, Inspire, and Teach" by Kendall Haven I've hit that point with storytelling that I can't get enough of it. You know what that's like. Pick anything that you just can't get enough of. Anything. Your favorite song. Your love for cheesecake. That's where I'm at … Continue reading Book Review: Tell Stories, Sound Smart
Looking for stories of love? I know a place. Looking for stories from kids? I know a place. Looking for stories about African American History? I know a place. Looking for stories about getting rich? I'm still looking for that one. From Fredrick and Baltimore MD, to Richmond and Norfolk VA, with many stops in … Continue reading Love Stories
Storyworthy: Engage, Teach, Persuade, and Change Your Life through the Power of Storytelling by Matthew Dicks Imagine your favorite sports team winning the division 36 times, and the national championship 6 times. Then, the coach writies a book to tell everyone else how he did it. You could use it to be a pro coach … Continue reading Book Review: Storyworthy
Learning Life, an educational nonprofit based in DC, seeks experienced storytellers to help teach storytelling to youth ages 6-18 taking part in a pilot Global Storytelling Challenge. The Challenge will bring together volunteers with lower-income parents and children every other Sunday, 1-4pm, starting in April, at the Arbor View Community Center at 1212 Southern Ave … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunity: Seeking Storytellers to Help Train Youth in Global Storytelling
Looking for DC Storytellers willing to share their stories related to housing in the city. From nightmare slumlords, terrible or fantastic experiences dealing with lenders, being on the verge of eviction/ homelessness, effects on gentrification on your community, buying your first home, and everything in between Contact email@example.com to get connected to the person making … Continue reading A Story About Home
The question was "Why come out to a storytelling workshop" When she replied "Learning self-compassion.", I knew she understood the true power of storytelling. "She" happens to be Erin Mahone, the creator of the #ifyoucouldseeme project and ReStory Storytelling workshops. Working out of the Richmond, VA area, Erin is also an author and TEDx speaker. … Continue reading A Storytelling Workshop For Your Soul
I didn't know what to expect. I arrive at this place in the middle of Baltimore, running a little late. Once in the building, I walk into a spacious room. I can tell the room is used for some sort of theater production; you can see where the stage, lights, and sound system are positioned. … Continue reading You Can Learn To Do That?