Have you always wanted to write a memoir or a book about your business but never started – or never finished that draft you set aside? If you’re a business owner, speaker or entrepreneur burning to tell your story, this podcast is for you. Writing a book can be a slow, painful process. It can even open old wounds and unearth memories that are difficult to share. In this show, you’ll hear inspiring interviews with published authors who are striving to make a difference in the world. You’ll learn how they overcame self-doubt and past hurts to speak their truth… and how their book opened the doors to a wider audience, making a bigger impact than they ever thought was possible. The world deserves to hear your story – and you deserve the chance to tell it.
S2 E13 Putting Passion Back Into Publishing
In today’s episode of Invisible Stories, I speak with award-winning author and owner of HALO Publishing International, Lisa Umina. Lisa founded HALO Publishing to publish the voices of authors around the world. Lisa created The Milo and Lisa Show after writing her first children’s book, Milo Finds His Best Friend. Her third book, Milo and the Green Wagon won the national Christian Indie Publishing Award.
S2 E12 Moving Beyond Inclusion with Dr. Shelton J. Goode
Today on Invisible Stories, I speak with Dr. Shelton J. Goode, diversity and inclusion specialist and president and CEO of Icarus Consulting, a veteran-owned consulting firm that specializes in helping organizations create inclusive cultures that leverage diversity and inclusion for a competitive advantage. Dr. Goode has also written four books, the newest of which is Winter in America: The Impact of the 2016 Presidential Election on Diversity in Companies, Communities and the Country.
S2 E11 Getting In Touch With Your ‘Why’ and Pushing Past Your Limiting Beliefs
In today’s episode of Invisible Stories, I speak with diversity and inclusion entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and author Bernadette Smith. Bernadette’s work in the field of LGBTQ+ Inclusion with her company, Equality Institute, has empowered businesses through elearning, consulting, and training in the field of DEI. Bernadette is also a prolific writer, and has published three books, relating to inclusion in both LGBTQ+ wedding planning and in business.
S2 E10 The First Step to Connecting With Others Is to Embrace Yourself
Today’s podcast is with Valerie J. Lyons, a career empowerment coach, power networker, women’s empowerment facilitator, and the author of Power Networking from the Inside Out: Where Your Career and Your Well-Being Meet.
S2 E9 The Positive Impact of Your Book on Others
In today’s podcast I speak with the inspiring Rhodes Perry, entrepreneur, speaker, and author of Belonging At Work: Everyday Actions You Can Take to Cultivate An Inclusive Organization. With two decades of change management experience, Rhodes helps leaders from a broad range of sectors including government agencies, non-profit organizations, and corporations advance their diversity, equity, and inclusion commitments by building psychological safety, trust and belonging in their organizations.
S2 E8 Engaging With Your Audience and Connecting With Your Readers
Today’s Invisible Stories guest is Dr. Steve Yacovelli, also known as “The Gay Leadership Dude” is founder of TopDog Learning Group, a learning and development, leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion and consulting firm. Steve is also a renowned speaker, podcaster, and author of Pride Leadership: Strategies for the LGBTQ+ Leader to be the King or Queen of Their Jungle, and the accompanying Pride Leadership Workbook.
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I Love Invisible Stories!
Invisilbe Stories is among my favorite podcasts. As a writer focused on social justice issues, I've found the perfect combination of episodes to help motivate, guide, and most importantly, inspire me to write. The guests are incredible and Jenn T. Grace is a brilliant host. I highly recommend!!!!
Thoughtful and thought inducing
Just listened to episode four, I truly appreciate the deep conversation where the questions are informed by the answers. She lets the authors speak in a safe space, and allowing them the time to answer fully without feeling rushed. Recommend!