What Is the Life Story Summit?

Seven days of inspiration,  motivation, wisdom, and how-tos to build your desire to tell your story to share with others, or to heal, or  to spread the word, or to know you can do it.

Plato said, “Those who tell stories, rule the world.” Telling my story began with the seed of an idea and a dream. With lots of support from writers, colleagues, and mentors, I did it. My first book Thinking of MIller Place was followed by another book, articles, writing, and speaking about my life stories.

My good friend, Stacy Brookman, a Resilience and Life Storytelling Expert, is on a mission to help people tell their life stories to build amazing resilience and understanding. That’s why she’s developed The Life Story Summit, which runs February 26th – March 4th, 2021. Click here  to see what it’s all about.

A Talk About Boundaries When You Tell/Write Your Story

I’m thrilled to be one of the speakers on Tuesday March 2. “Boundaries: Who Gets to Hear Your Story.” It’s important to know what, why, and how you will share your story to insure your personal and emotional safety, to go into sharing or any situation, interview, meeting with confidence, and to share in a way that inspires others.

It promises to be a full week of positive and practical ideas for writers, speakers and tellers. And anyone can be a storyteller. No one else can tell your story. Just you!!! Check it out here.

Smiling behind my mask

Ethel Lee-Miller blogs regularly about people, the power of words, and the writing life. She’s retired from professional writing gigs after 30 years of teaching, coaching, editing, and gathering writers to publicly share their work. She is the author of Thinking of Miller Place, and Seedlings, Stories of Relationships. In retirement she writes to inspire, to connect with folks, and for the pure enjoyment of it. Ethel enjoys sharing stories at Odyssey Storytelling, Zoom gatherings, and anywhere there’s a Zoom mic.