It’s in our human nature to focus on—and retain—negative experiences.
Help advocates excel at using their personal stories to drive positive social change
I love coincidences—especially those involving people moving in and out of our lives.
Speaking out frequently as a public advocate for a cause that you hold dear is rewarding, empowering ... and it can be exhausting.
If someone were to ask you, “Why are you an advocate?” how would you answer them—in just six words?
What does advocating with your personal story look like when you’re a teen? When you’re in your fifties, sixties, seventies and beyond?