September 20, 2010
Listen to the show here: Telling the Story of SheVolution
Every person has a powerstory to discover and share with others. The discovery and the telling of the story Continue reading
By Fran Taylor Powers of Powerstories Theatre www.Powestories.com
Knowing your Powerstory, especially if it is well formed and had an inspirational message can help you claim your power. On the Change thrivers segment of our show on “Telling the Story of SheVolution”, Fran Powers offered these steps to know and share your Powerstory:
If you missed the program, Fran discussed the following questions:
Fran has offered 5 pairs of tickets to SheVelution at the Unitarian Universalist church of Clearwater on Saturday, September 25, 2010. Visit ChangeThrivers.com, register for the free gifts and your name will automatically be added for the drawing on Wednesday September 22.
This is the link to hear the entire show:
Women’s theatre, autobiographical stories and motivational events are the cornerstones of Powerstories Theatre of Tampa Bay, Inc. (www.powerstories.com). Powerstories is a non-profit theatre that shares inspiring, deeply personal autobiographical stories as well as teaching workshops, and facilitating motivational events primarily for women and girls. At its core, Powerstories is about empowerment.
Our philosophy is that every person, organization, corporation and community has a powerstory to discover and share with others. The discovery and the telling of the story creates new-found success, invests lives with more meaning, opens minds and hearts, and connects us more vitally with others. www.Powerstories.com