Personal Story at Work?

Some of the most memorable and life changing stories are of the raw and gritty variety. Stories of personal struggle and loss can be extremely powerful. But how do you know if your personal story is too personal to share? The answer? It depends. Click Here to Subscribe The beauty of storytelling is that it… Read more »

Lose Weight With Storytelling

Lose Weight With Storytelling

How to lose weight with storytelling. When it comes to losing weight, there are hundreds if not thousands of solutions out there. How many calories you’re burning, what you’re cutting out, smoothies, shakes, workouts, websites, apps…the list goes on and on! No matter what kind of program you’re looking for, someone has a weight loss… Read more »

Public Speaking With Storytelling

Public Speaking With Storytelling

I’m not sure I’ve ever met someone who wasn’t at least a little nervous about public speaking – me included! And I chose a profession where I speak to large audiences for a living! At times, I’ve felt that those butterflies in my stomach felt more like tiny flying dinosaurs than dainty creatures. Click Here… Read more »

Unexpected Mindfulness

Unexpected Mindfulness

I recently watched a video online about intuition. It wasn’t anything fancy; just a young woman, sitting in a room, talking to the camera on her laptop. She talked about the importance of listening the little voice inside us—it’s our guide to true happiness. “Your intuition will guide you, all you have to do is listen.”… Read more »

Social Media Storytelling Secret

Social Media Storytelling Secret

This social media storytelling secret is a powerful tool for any business. Many companies are utilizing a variety of platforms in an attempt to get their product or message directly in front of customers – or even better, potential customers. Click Here to Subscribe My favorite form of social media is Facebook. It’s easy, it’s… Read more »

Why No One Cares About Your Mission Statement

Why No One Cares About Your Mission Statement

Most companies have a beautifully written mission statement highlighting their values, purpose and focus. It’s printed on the walls, on the company letterhead and splashed across the website. It’s the formal declaration of the company’s purpose. But, what makes your company’s mission statement different than any other company’s statement? Unfortunately, probably nothing. Click Here to… Read more »

Your No Drama Story

Your No Drama Story

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had a client tell me that their story wasn’t good enough to share because it was a “no drama story”. Their story had no harrowing tales of survival, no gritty street fight, no climactic hero swooping in to save the day. Click Here to Subscribe My response?… Read more »

Through the Window

Through the Window

We are considering a remodel. And while we are still at the beginning of the process, problems have already emerged. Namely, which child will get what bedroom. The kids aren’t fighting about it; they’re 4 and 2.5. It’s Michael. As we poured over the plans for the house like the Goonies examined their treasure map,… Read more »

Coffee with a Side of Scandal Story by Kindra Hall

Coffee with a Side of Scandal

I am a creature of habit. In fact, I am more than just an accidental creature of habit … I love my habits. I live by them. I can eat the exact same thing for lunch every single day for six months and love every bite. I ride the same spin bike, at the same time, on the… Read more »

The Gala

The Gala

It was January 2007 when I received the invitation to my very first charity ball. A gala, as Michael (my then-boyfriend) called it. I think it was an event to benefit children of some kind and while I was very excited to help children, I was equally as excited that I, me, would in fact be attending a gala. My… Read more »