The Value of Stories

  I love stories. When I speak to large audiences, such as in my TEDx talk or at a global conference, I usually start with a story. Why? Because stories connect us. Revealing a bit about who we really are and relating it to those listening (or reading) can create an instant connection. There are many kinds of stories that fit in categories too numerous to list. … Continue reading The Value of Stories

How The Three Act Play Is A Great Formula For An Exciting Life – Act One: Part Two: The Dilemma

What just happened? Who was the model that pressed the envelope into Suzy’s world? All Suzy remembered was the toe of a Jimmy Choo shoe—and the nail-biting. Why did the beautiful one bite her nails? And why, why did she upset the perfect ghost existence that Suzy preferred? She would find her? What if she found out, as in, found out the secret? No, this … Continue reading How The Three Act Play Is A Great Formula For An Exciting Life – Act One: Part Two: The Dilemma

How The Three Act Play Is A Great Formula For An Exciting Life – Act One: Part One: The Set-Up

Anonymous Suzy loves her cozy, comfortable cubicle at work. Every day she plugs away at company revenue analysis assignments and enjoys not having to interact with anyone if she can help it. She got the job online, probably because she graduated Summa out of MIT. She only had to meet the Head of HR once; who promised her a quiet, discreet space to do her … Continue reading How The Three Act Play Is A Great Formula For An Exciting Life – Act One: Part One: The Set-Up