S2 E11 Rebuilding the Future Story
We're back for our third conversation with Nadine Araksi, and we are talking about when you want to build a new future, the stories that you create are incredibly powerful. Nadine is an expert at crafting story to create shared vision and making the future real. We talk about context, intent and the building blocks that you need to build a strong story for change. We cover what to do if you need to adjust or change the story mid-flight-- how context and new information can impact us, and how getting it right (vs. being right) focuses us on the process vs. the end result. This conversation is for anyone looking to spark change in others and themselves, in a positive way.
Links to resources mentioned in the episode:
The Pilgrimage Paulo Coelho
Maya Angelou – Know Better Do Better
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)
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