Whether it’s traveling through multiple cultures or ideas, charting a new path through your company, or stepping out to create your own journey, the challenge of innovation and transformation is in creating communities within which you can thrive.
Here at Get Storied, we believe that everyone is a storyteller, and everyone has a story worth sharing. Today’s connected world is rapidly changing how we tell and share stories — and now more than ever, everyone can be heard. This is more than a small change. This is a movement. The possibilities inside of this radical shift are incredible — and we’re only just starting to wake up to what it means.
A few days ago, we opened a discounted pre-sale for the first 30 people who signed up for our 8-week course StoryU Online–coming this fall. We sold out in less than 24 hours! If you are interested, be sure to sign up here. We’ll send you updates and bonus content, plus you’ll receive priority enrollment […]
It’s time for the next chapter of your story — and ours. Get Storied is launching the first round of Story University, Level 1, with two live events in San Francisco and New York City. Whether you’re an organizational leader, a coach or consultant, or a change-maker within your organization, we teach powerful principles and practices for business transformation. As we roll out our series of public programs, these next level courses focus on overcoming blind spots, facilitating deep culture shifts, and understanding how to transform and humanize the world you live in.
Think July in New York City. Hot as balls. Other than braving the humidity once in a while to meet my new girlfriend, I holed myself up in my apartment, window air unit cranking, calling up food delivery every day. Just me, my laptop, and a white-board with a cut-out image of a raging fire on it. Something was bubbling up inside of me. I had to get it off my chest. When I looked around me, I saw a bunch of people living inside a smaller story. I realized that storytelling was much bigger and deeper than most of us were willing to admit.