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How to Celebrate Strengths

June 19, 2015

By: Avery Williamson

Tags: Get Into the Story

Celebrating strengths inspires team members and fosters healthier relationships with colleagues and the people you serve. In order to build on natural talent, it’s important to develop strengths instead of focusing on weaknesses.

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This Sounds Like Good News

June 11, 2015

By: Daniel Pryfogle

Tags: Leadership, Get Into the Story

A man in detox tells the officials he needs to hurry up the process so he doesn’t miss playing bingo with his community, who are the homeless, the formerly incarcerated and their friends.Kathleen Atkinson shares the good news every time we talk.

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Storytelling That Evokes Strengths

June 10, 2015

By: Chelsea Richardson

Tags: Get Into the Story

Imagine an umbrella. We’ll say it’s red and white. The forecast shows rain all day, so you grab it on your way out for work.  

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Stories in San Francisco

May 28, 2015

By: Brice Smith

I met Cesar in the back of a Lyft on my way to the airport from The Terraces of Los Gatos.

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What We Carry With Us

May 27, 2015

By: Cathy Gordon

It’s easy to get stuck in the list – a never-ending stack of tasks meant to bring our lives purpose. We move from one thing to the next while the hands of an impatient clock keep us firmly in place.

Nonprofit Storytelling: 4 Tips to Motivate Supporters

May 27, 2015

By: Cathy Gordon

Good stories connect people – to an idea or new information, and most importantly, to other people. Through nonprofit storytelling, we step into someone else’s shoes.