We need new leaders with the vision, courage, vulnerability and communication skills to guide us into the unknown. There's no "going back".
The Transformational Storyteller Newsletter
My monthly newsletter is full of thoughtful ideas about communications in our transformational times. It’s personal & entertaining. I’d love to share it with you.
ABOUT MY WORK
I’m a unique coach, facilitator and consultant who helps my clients express themselves with vision, courage, vulnerability and impact.
I work with anyone who has an important message that others need to hear.
WHAT I DO
Facilitated Strategy Workshops for Transformational Leadership Teams
I help strategic leadership develop clear, compelling and insightful ways of humanizing your messaging—and bringing your audiences on board.
Business Storytelling Workshops for Organizational Teams
I help organizational teams transform data & fact-based communication into connection—so you can improve the results, impact and satisfaction in your work.
1-on-1 Coaching for Individual Leadership Storytellers
Learn to level up how you connect, inspire, motivate and influence your most important audiences. I work with:
- CEOs, Founders, Execs & Consultants
- Thought Leaders
- Social Activists
- Engineers, Designers, Sales Professionals & More
WHO I REALLY AM
I Learned to Be a Storyteller One Step At a Time
A Journey With Momentum
I never set out to do what I do. My work found me, in the middle of the strange and wonderful trip that changed my life—a 316-day-long walking trip from Canada to Mexico.
(That’s me crossing the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco on Day 155.)
That trip started with a terrible breakup, as things like this always do. I set off for redemption, but, along the way, I found myself reckoning with my most important stories—the ones that connected my family, background, identity and personal traumas with the many failures that I thought defined who I was.
Confronting these stories changed who I was and inspired me to become who I am today.
I used to think that my emotions were supposed to be repressed or ignored. As I walked, I learned—viscerally—how wrong I had been. This insight forms the core of my work.
I’ve spent the last decade writing a memoir about this trip. I’m currently looking for an agent and publisher.