The primal power of stories, with Hillary Rea on the Personal Branding Entrepreneur Show
Weekly interviews with personal brand business owners and entrepreneurs.
This week on The Personal Branding Entrepreneur Show :
We connect with people through stories. If you watch any good speaker, entertainer or educator they illustrate what they communicate with stories. If you're like most people then you have a ton of stories you could tell - and if you told them, you'd stand out. We remember stories.
This week my Podcast guest is Hillary Rea from tell me a story. Hillary works with business owners of all kinds to help them discover and deliver the stories which can make you and your brand connect far more deeply than the more superficial content we're used to.
Hillary Rea is the founder of Tell Me A Story, a full-service communication consulting business that trains entrepreneurs, leaders, and change makers how to use the art of storytelling as a powerful communication tool. She’s worked with leaders across industries — social justice nonprofits, women-owned small businesses, tech start-ups and Fortune 500 companies — to communicate an authentic narrative through 1-on-1 services (now fully virtual) and the long running Tell Me A Story Live Show (virtual for the time being).
Hillary graduated from New York University with a degree in Vocal Performance and holds a certificate in Audio Documentary from Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies. She is an award-winning storyteller (NYC Moth StorySLAM winner and 2019 Rad Award for Storyteller of the year), was an artist-in-residence at Elsewhere in Greensboro, NC, and a recipient of the 2016 Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts. In addition to running her own business, Hillary is the producer and host of Rashomon - a long form narrative storytelling podcast where one family tells every side of the same story.