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Powerful Speaking: Telling Your Story to Create Change - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Leone, She/Her
25:25
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Brittney Vrzak
26:09
Hi everyone, Welcome and thank you all for attending our session! Please stick around after our wonderful speakers have wrapped up so we can take a screenshot of everyone
LaShon Sincerea
27:06
love you Miss Pam & AARon
Sarah Leone, She/Her
27:41
Thanks for joining La'Shon, glad to have you here!
LaShon Sincerea
28:11
yes i had to joinnthis about to be a very powerful workshop
Sarah Leone, She/Her
28:50
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LaShon Sincerea
38:47
its so okay to cry i know i am not the only one
Sarah Leone, She/Her
40:42
Agreed La'Shon! Especially with powerful storytelling.
Sarah Leone, She/Her
49:42
Hi folks, just a reminder to please put any questions you have for Aaron & Pamela in the chat.
Radhika Bhagwat
49:58
What if you don’t have a story that relates to the ask?
Brittney Vrzak
51:33
What are some examples of not overcomplicating the story?
Chelsea Bartosik (She/Her)
53:21
What are some tips for sharing stories in a meaningful way, (“reliving”) without reliving trauma or relying on sharing others’ trauma?
Sarah Leone, She/Her
01:00:49
If we don’t get to your question during the Q&A, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Keisha Perkins at lperkins@results.org.
Sherry Moran
01:10:09
I learned so much Pam and Aaron!
Mary Kate O'Leary
01:10:10
Thanks so much Pamela and Aaron!
Sarah Leone, She/Her
01:10:12
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Buke Dube
01:10:20
Thank you so much for sharing!!
Tonnie Cummings, Vancouver, WA
01:10:53
Thank you, Pamela and Aaron. That was a very powerful presentation!
John Fawcett (he/him)
01:11:14
great job, folks!