We all have a story that needs to be shared. So how do we tell it with impact? How do we prompt our audience to listen? How do we inspire action? Learn to craft your personal narrative through our dynamic storytelling and public speaking coaching program. In this VIRTUAL EDITION, participants embark on their storytelling journey together.
In the time we have together, you will:
So happy you asked! I always say that if you want to see real and sustainable change happen in your community, then YOU should learn to tell your story.
See, from the moment we exit our mother’s womb, our existential lives are filled with turning points, shifts, and pivots. Early on, we blindly bought into the notion that our time here on Earth is linear. Society and culture taught us that we had to enjoy our childhood, go to school, finish school, get the dream job, find the soulmate, have the kids and voilà happily ever after…
Wouldn’t that be something…
What we NOW know is that life didn’t quite turn out so linear. Life just happened. Your life reached a turning point, a shift. Good or bad, the experience forced you to change. Lessons were learned and now here you are, newly transformed and with a newfound perspective. Let me be very clear when I say this… that right there is a gift, YOUR GIFT.
And gifts are meant to be shared.
Believe it or not, there is incredible power in YOUR story—as mundane or as grandiose as it may be. Learning to tell your story effectively is one of the hardest most worthwhile things you will ever do. Because when you learn articulate your experiences and emotions in ways that move people into action… you create an army of changemakers. So while one story alone may not change the world, collectively our stories create positive ripples for generations to come, and thus leaving our legacies.
The 11 weeks I spent in the Your Story to Tell Academy changed my life. Diana taught me how to structure a story, but more importantly she taught how to take ownership of my story, of my voice. She taught me to face my fears. To have faith and courage in my voice.
“This is YOUR story to tell.”
That’s what she said. That’s what I learned. No one could tell me it wasn’t true because no one else, besides me, had lived it.
With the structure, the weekly material provided within the academy and with the help of Diana, I was able to dig deep and connect with my inner self in ways I never thought I would be able to. She helped me uncover raw truths about my past and my present that I did not have the tools to uncover and find all on my own. She can light up a room with her presence and her vibes.
What I've learned in my 11-weeks journey at Your Story to Tell Academy is that it is important to share your story not only because this serves as a purpose to help people understand about our situations, how to connect with us even better but inspire others as well. Most importantly, it brings healing and wholeness to oneself.
I feel like I've lost all these heavy weight I was feeling in my heart.