Empowered Women Series

E10 — The Story Behind the Story

December 04, 2019 Purnima Thakre and Jody Seay Season 1 Episode 10
Empowered Women Series
E10 — The Story Behind the Story
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Empowered Women Series
E10 — The Story Behind the Story
Dec 04, 2019 Season 1 Episode 10
Purnima Thakre and Jody Seay

Most of us wish we could write well, many of us want to write a book. Not many of us know how-to and where-to start or what-to-do. 

That's why award winning author Jody Seay, awesome person that she is, shares her experience of writing. So that we can learn and may be write a book on our own. One day. 

Jody credits her late mother for kindling her love for storytelling. As an accomplished author, she takes every opportunity to learn more about the people who inspire her essays and books. By taking upon a genuine interest in others and being passionate in everything she does, Jody has been awarded for a wide range of career successes.

Listen to Jody discuss how to look for the “story behind the story” and how that mindset helped her create her newest book, Almost a Murder. The less obvious story is the one that “touches people’s hearts.”

When we dig a little deeper, we often enhance our understanding of whom we are talking to, and we become better communicators. Armed with empathy, we may become stronger writers. 

What story, event, or article are you going to explore more deeply today? May be even write a story about it? 

Show Notes

Most of us wish we could write well, many of us want to write a book. Not many of us know how-to and where-to start or what-to-do. 

That's why award winning author Jody Seay, awesome person that she is, shares her experience of writing. So that we can learn and may be write a book on our own. One day. 

Jody credits her late mother for kindling her love for storytelling. As an accomplished author, she takes every opportunity to learn more about the people who inspire her essays and books. By taking upon a genuine interest in others and being passionate in everything she does, Jody has been awarded for a wide range of career successes.

Listen to Jody discuss how to look for the “story behind the story” and how that mindset helped her create her newest book, Almost a Murder. The less obvious story is the one that “touches people’s hearts.”

When we dig a little deeper, we often enhance our understanding of whom we are talking to, and we become better communicators. Armed with empathy, we may become stronger writers. 

What story, event, or article are you going to explore more deeply today? May be even write a story about it?