Welcome! I’m happy you’re here
Are you having an amazing day full of possibility? I am, but I didn’t always feel this way. Let’s face it – there are so many daily pressures that we put on ourselves, trying to be #successful, trying to raise successful kids. Some days run right into the next and you end up feeling overwhelmed and disengaged.
What if I told you there’s a way to turn your thoughts and actions into a magical journey of engagement and enrichment?
It can be done through something as simple as #storytelling.
Storytelling? Yes, that’s what I said. It’s really that simple.
The stories we curate and the stories we tell are an important part of our mindset and world-building. It’s true for any age. How do I know? I’m living proof. By day, I’m a Business Analyst, a data-mining storyteller with an MBA in Business and Marketing. I read anything and everything to find relevance and make connections.
If you’re like most people (myself included), you like stories that have a positive outcome, no matter what the hero endured along the journey.
Is it really possible to create your own Happily Ever After? I can tell you unequivocally, YES!
It IS possible to change your trajectory. It’s possible in business and it’s possible in life, but you have to change your input to change your circumstance. That’s why Tony Robbins, life coach extraordinaire, is so successful. He specializes in self-help and teaches people how to be more successful versions of themselves.
This site wont teach you anything about life coaching, but it might help you discover a world of LIFE-CONNECTING.
This site is about relationships. It’s about our connection with others, our connection to products and brands, and most importantly, our connection to ourselves – how we self-identify. We explore all of it through storytelling.
One of the greatest storytellers of all time – Dr Seuss – wrote an incredible story during the last few years of his life titled, “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!,” It’s a book about the journey of life and its many challenges. If you haven’t read it yet, get it as soon as you can. You can check it out at your local library, but I highly recommend you BUY IT. You’ll want to read and share it many, many, many times. It’s the best advice you can give yourself and your kids. And grandma. And your sister in law. And your ex-whatever.
If you like Dr Seuss, you’ll like my children’s books too! Check out my books and be sure to check out others I’ve reviewed and recommended.
The Words We Use And The Stories We Tell, Can Make A Difference In A Life Lived Well.