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You Can Enter The Empathy Chamber Now

Posted by Beth Lord on November 30, 2017 | 0

It is now October 2017. Alissa is coming to my Yurt tonight to tell her story. We met this past March at a Townsquared Women’s Breakfast Meeting. Both of us drawn to one another. I love what Alissa is doing with her company Supirb (www.supirb.com) and provide the mutual empathy as we talk about the realities of online businesses and beta testing. She's intrigued by what I do and wants her story captured.

Most of us have jobs we need to work at, businesses to manage, families and communities to love. Our participation in these ordinary events of everyday life leaves us little time for feeling the emotions and memories of the past and deconstructing the survival layers we have put on to live life. We don’t want to peel these layers and get naked unles Read More

A Great Holiday Idea Either Professionally or Do-It-Yourself

Posted by Beth Lord on November 27, 2017 | 0

Professional

I'm looking at storytelling, memoirs and the writing experience in a completely different way. I listen to people for ninety minutes, transcribe and polish their words so that the end product is a 60-page softbound 6"x9" book. I would go here (www.bethlord.com) if you want to see my video and website for more information when you are finished reading this email.

I'm offering a Holiday Special to people who are interested in purchasing this Holiday Special for themselves or someone they know because it's a beautiful way to capture stories.

Everyone has a story to tell, and I've devised a natural, creative and affordable way to get this done. Yes, I do all of the editing :).

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Gather Together – A Thanksgiving Story

Posted by Beth Lord on November 21, 2017 | 0
Thanksgiving - Alone or In A Group

Thanksgiving is about gratitude and seeing the abundance of love shown in quiet, noise and lots of good food.

Imagine if you will, the many shades of Thanksgiving and Gratitude.

Not one size fits all.

Your Thanksgiving is unique to you with your outreach to family, friends, community and yourself.

While you think about how you are celebrating this Thanksgiving, I’d like to share a story:

Forty-Four People For Thanksgiving

Tami and Jim were like the Darlings of Lady and The Tramp except they had four grown children

and lived in a well-to-do neighborhood called Hinsdale, nea Read More

What story do you tell when you have to leave your loved one for a short amount of time or a long amount of time?

Posted by Beth Lord on October 30, 2017 | 0[embed width="700" height="250"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20iLecKwj0U[/embed] Duration: 12.58 minutes. Chapters: 11 Read More

Would your grandchildren know who you were?

Posted by Beth Lord on October 5, 2017 | 0
I went walking with my wife when we came across an elderly gentleman on his bicycle pedaling slowly along. For some strange reason I remember that I never knew my grandfathers and I feel sad. The emotion is overwhelming to me and I can barely keep pace with my wife. If she weren’t around I’d sit down and cry because of this burden I’ve been carrying all my life. I miss not knowing who my grandfathers were.
What characteristics of mine would be undoubtedly from my mother’s father or my father’s father?Do I have any outstanding features that are their’s? We see this man riding his bike on a regular basis. Will there come a time when we don’t see him? I’d like to find o Read More

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