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How Your Story Sets You Free : (Business and Communication Books, Public Speaking Reference Book, Leadership Books, Inspirational Guides)
by Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen




Overview -
Everyone has a story to tell. Sharing that story can change you, your community, or even the world. But how do you start?

Discover the tools to unlock your truth and share it with the world: Storytelling coaches Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen reveal how to embrace the power of personal storytelling in a series of easy steps. You'll learn how to share your experiences and invaluable knowledge with the people who need it most, whether it be in a blog post, a motivational speech, or just a conversation with a loved one. How Your Story Sets You Free is the path to finding the spark that ignites the fire and reminds you just how much your story matters.

- Features over 100 pages of practical and motivating advice, including quotes from renowned storytellers including Maya Angelou and Marshall Ganz.
- Includes specific step-by-step instructions to help you find the words to tell your story in the most powerful and impactful way.
-Brimming with inspiration, How Your Story Sets You Free has a charming hardcover, which features a textured cover with glittering foil stamping, and colored paper printed with metallic ink on the interior.

Human beings understand the world best through stories: not policy papers, not PowerPoint, but stories. And in this book Heather and Julian are ace story-enablers, bringing out the tales that all of us have inside. A must-read -- Bill McKibben, bestselling author of Falter and Radio Free Vermont

Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen are the founders of the Million Person Project. Since 2011, they have helped over 1,500 changemakers from 67 countries tell their stories. They live in San Francisco.

How Your Story Sets You Free is a meaningful gift and a powerful reminder for friends and loved ones that their story matters.

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Overview

Everyone has a story to tell. Sharing that story can change you, your community, or even the world. But how do you start?

Discover the tools to unlock your truth and share it with the world: Storytelling coaches Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen reveal how to embrace the power of personal storytelling in a series of easy steps. You'll learn how to share your experiences and invaluable knowledge with the people who need it most, whether it be in a blog post, a motivational speech, or just a conversation with a loved one. How Your Story Sets You Free is the path to finding the spark that ignites the fire and reminds you just how much your story matters.

- Features over 100 pages of practical and motivating advice, including quotes from renowned storytellers including Maya Angelou and Marshall Ganz.
- Includes specific step-by-step instructions to help you find the words to tell your story in the most powerful and impactful way.
-Brimming with inspiration, How Your Story Sets You Free has a charming hardcover, which features a textured cover with glittering foil stamping, and colored paper printed with metallic ink on the interior.

Human beings understand the world best through stories: not policy papers, not PowerPoint, but stories. And in this book Heather and Julian are ace story-enablers, bringing out the tales that all of us have inside. A must-read -- Bill McKibben, bestselling author of Falter and Radio Free Vermont

Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen are the founders of the Million Person Project. Since 2011, they have helped over 1,500 changemakers from 67 countries tell their stories. They live in San Francisco.

How Your Story Sets You Free is a meaningful gift and a powerful reminder for friends and loved ones that their story matters.

 

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452177519
  • ISBN-10: 1452177511
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books
  • Publish Date: September 2019
  • Page Count: 112
  • Dimensions: 7 x 4.6 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 pounds


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One-Pot Vegetarian
“One-pot” cookbooks have popped up everywhere lately, but none has drawn me in like Sabrina Fauda-Rôle’s One-Pot Vegetarian. Why? It could be that I’m eager to incorporate more plant-based cooking into my family’s daily routine. But it might also be the nifty design of this title, which makes the most of its double-page spreads. On the left, we see the raw ingredients collected in the pot—everything neatly parceled, as if in a pie chart—and on the right, the finished, cooked dish. Wildly satisfying, this conceit. Chapters include all-veg dishes, those that mix in plant-based proteins (grains, lentils, soy and such), pasta- and rice-driven meals, soups and even desserts. Some recipes call for a fair amount of chopping and slicing, but otherwise the preparations could not be simpler.

How Your Story Sets You Free
Everybody has a story to tell. Though the line has become a bit cliché, let’s not overlook its useful truth. Personal stories are powerful stuff, and that power can be summoned in so many ways: sharing your story, listening to others, learning to craft the story itself. With How Your Story Sets You Free, co-authors Heather Box and Julian Mocine-McQueen distill the storytelling process into a tiny, bright yellow volume that feels like its own kind of golden ticket. “When you take the mic and share your story,” writes Box, “you immediately make more space in our culture for someone else.” The title is part of Chronicle’s HOW series, which all seem like jewels of compressed wisdom. 

 

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