What makes a great book, play, or movie? Exactly the same thing that makes a good speech or a great written article – a great story!
BECAUSE long after we’ve forgotten the specific details, we still remember the stories and the messages that touched us.
As a professional storyteller, I bring compelling content and great delivery together for groups and organizations that want their message heard and REMEMBERED.
For 40 years I have worked in “hands-on” situations across multiple industries as a “troubleshooter”, tasked with the responsibility of getting things “back on track”.
Fortunately, I apparently was born with this gene. In, my youth, I learned that the best way to figure out how something worked, was to take it apart and put it back together. (Fortunately, I was blessed with VERY understanding parents).
In 1962, I built (from scratch) my first analog computer. It piqued my interest in technology, which remains a lifelong passion. How could I have known then that technology would be present in every aspect of our lives? So for the past 40 years of my career, I have helped organizations understand and reap the benefits of how to make new technologies work better for them.
My odyssey has taken me on a varied and amazing landscape of several industries, including manufacturing, mining, oil & gas exploration and development, telecommunications, healthcare, transportation, and construction. The people, places, and things I’ve explored live in my imagination in High Definition.
For example, I can write about mining because I’ve worked in hands-on situations in deep mines, quarries, and strip mines. Want to hear what it’s like to work 1500 feet down in a longwall coal mine, waiting for the roof of the mine to come crashing down at any minute?
It’s been the same experience for the other industries in which I’ve worked. Regardless of business context, my writings provide a vivid expression of life itself into a powerful, clearer, and highly memorable experience for the reader.
Are your readers looking for pieces where the article setting, plot, characters, conflicts, point of view, theme, and tone are important? If so, I feel we can work well together.
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University of Pittsburgh, Economics
Elmira College, Business Administration
Lay Pastoral Ministry Institute, Lay Ecclesial Ministry
The Central Florida Foundation for Spiritual Direction, Inc., Spiritual Direction
Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Clinical Pastoral Education