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My dad was an Episcopal priest. He died three years ago. This is an excerpted version of the eulogy I gave at my dad's chuch in Reston, Virginia. My dad was an inspiration for many things, not the least of which was storytelling. In fact, long before it became fashionable, my dad, often ahead of his time, studied narrative theology and storytelling as a discipline. On this Fathers' Day, I wanted to pay tribute to my dad.
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Bare Cupboard Cooking:Making the Most of What's In Your Pantry While Staying Home and Staying Safe
June 21, 2020 | 3 min read
Let’s say you’re reading an ebook on your Kindle App. You come across a quote that you want to share. Normally, you'd have to highlight it, copy it, open a tool like Canva, and find the right format, depending on the social channel. What if you could simply highlight the quote, press the share button, and "poof" your quote is formatted, sourced, and ready for sharing? What if you also had a choice of 9 different backgrounds for your quote? Read on.
Our firm, communicate4IMPACT, recently conducted a business storytelling webinar entitled Storytelling for Start-Ups for a number of African women entrepreneurs from Nigeria, Ghana, and Kenya. These entrepreneurs are part of the first-ever Tech By Her Accelerator Program—highly-selective program led by the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) Africa.