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Your Stories Don’t Define You, How You Tell Them Will

Sep 15, 2020

Angie Gallagher lived between two worlds. As a child of an immigrant mother and a white American father, her life was filled with questions and contradictions.

In this conversation, Angie shared how being raised in a family where racism was subtle but cruel made her more resilient. Her mother is Thai and met her father...


Sep 8, 2020

Joey Held's background is broadcast journalism, and as he has continued in his career in writing, sales, and a variety of other jobs, that background has served him well. After all, being able to ask the right questions at the right time simply opens doors.

He's a very curious guy, especially about people and the...


Sep 1, 2020

Renee Lindo found her calling after many years of corporate life, working her way up through the ranks.

She realized that her personal sense of style, and the way she intentionally presented herself was a big part of her confidence. And if she could help other women see their beauty and build their confidence, she could...


Aug 25, 2020

In my years guiding clients in improving communication techniques, whether that's for keynote speaking or simply presenting themselves and their work, I've found that when we uncover pivotal moments in their lives and career, their most meaningful stories, they become more comfortable and confident to speak -...


Aug 18, 2020

Well into his adulthood, Alan Samuel Cohen heard a family story that shifted his sense of self, his identity.

While sitting together at a family dinner with his adult siblings and aging aunts, one of those older women mentioned a specific violent incident that occurred before the family moved to America. She spoke of it...