Nadine and I are back with another conversation on the power of story, and in this one, we get deep into how to use story to bring about change. How to the stories we tell about ourselves, our own thoughts and internal stories help us understand and manage our experiences. Nadine breaks down one of the ways that she coaches people through discovering their own stories, how they can identify resistance and change their stories to enable bigger change in their work, lives and organizations.
Links to resources mentioned in the episode:
Yes And Game
More about Nadine:
Story coach, writer and marketer, Nadine Araksi (formerly Silverthorne) has spent over two decades creating click-worthy content, publishing personal essays and writing researched service journalism for some of Canada’s biggest brands. As a story coach, Nadine is obsessed with examining the stories we tell ourselves, the ones that keep us stuck, the ones that oppress us and her passion is in rewriting those stories to empower women and marginalized groups.
Nadine’s current focus is on mental and physical well-being and helping women avoid burnout through mind-body connection and story exploration. Nadine hopes to share her personal experiences of moving from darkness to light with courage, kindness, and gratitude with those who are ready to listen and use them as a catapult for their own journeys.
Follow Nadine at:
Website | Instagram | Instagram (story coach)
Change: The Conversation
Tune in for conversations about change management where we seek out business leaders and talk about their experience managing and navigating change. Hear stories about change from the people who have experienced it, led it and created amazing results. Watch all videos in the series here