This month's newsletter includes a number of digital stories for you to check out, as well as the new Leading Through Stories podcast. But before we jump into these I wanted to share a little about the Nonprofit Storytelling Conference I recently attended in San Antonio, Texas.
San Antonio holds a special place in my heart. It is also where I attended my very first photography conference, when I wasn't sure I could call myself a photographer. Seven years later I have still have an inner diaglogue going about this!
This time around the final keynote session was with Lori Jacobwith and she talked about loving someone enough to hold them accountable.
I'm hoping that you love me enough to hold me accountable.
Here's what I want to do...
"I want to run digital storytelling workshops and retreats for values based organization. I want these organizations to walk away with six different stories based on why their people (staff, volunteers, program participants, board members, leadership, founders) are involved with their organization. Imagine the conversations that would come from that group of people coming together to share their why."
I am going to make that happen
Ways to help hold someone (like me) accountable:
- ask me how it's going
- tell me about what you are trying to manifest personally or for your business
- share a digital story forward
- tell me what resonates with you about a particular digital story
- participate in an info session, a screening or a workshop
If you want to read that San Antonio blog post, click right here.
Otherwise scroll down and enjoy some stories.