Topics: Change, Cultural Diversity, Self Empowerment, Storytelling, Writing
Master storyteller, cultural diversity trainer and transformational author shows how to turn your personal story into a powerful message that inspires others and sparks personal and global transformation.
Watch Dorit Sasson’s video
When you speak, does your unique, true “voice” come through? Do you need to reconnect emotionally to the story you want to tell? “The world needs you to be courageous, unstoppable, audacious and never apologetic about the story you are speaking or writing about,” says Dorit Sasson, whose empowering presentation feeds the heart and nurtures the writer and storyteller’s soul. A contributing author to Pebbles in the Pond: Transforming the World One Person at a Time alongside New York Times best-selling authors Ariel Ford and Sonia Choquette, Dorit helps global leaders, visionaries and entrepreneurs get clear on their stories and strengthen their core message. Her practical advice, wisdom and tips give you the “secret sauce” that creative and conscious thinkers, writers and speakers need to emotionally impact themselves and others as a positive force for transformation.
Dorit’s enlightening, interactive talk guides you through a deep process of emotional self-discovery that connects you with your unique voice and purpose and the certainty that you are meant to heal and serve others through speaking, writing and teaching. She’ll give you the skills to turn your biggest challenges, struggles and heartbreaks into powerful talks and books that inspire both you and your audience toward change. You’ll leave Dorit’s moving presentation feeling emotionally connected to your personal story and with new clarity that allows you to be a catalyst for personal and global transformation.
– Corporations, business groups, non-profits
– Entrepreneurs, writers and teachers
– Trainers, speakers, consultants, success coaches
– Writer’s groups, library events
– Synagogues, churches, community organizations
– Colleges, universities, youth groups
– Business and civic groups, small offices
– Rehab centers, recovery support groups, health spas
– Caretakers, healers, health workers, cancer survivors
– Therapists, psychologists, counselors and coaches
– Women’s groups
Presented as Keynotes, Breakouts, Workshops or Seminars (½ day, full-day), Retreats, Trainings, or Webinars. Dorit is also available as a Panel Guest or Moderator.
Claim the Emotional Power of Your Personal Story and Your Core Transformational Message
Best fit audiences: Community Groups, Synagogue and Church Groups, Community Organizations, Women’s Groups, Writer’s Groups, Civic Groups, Small Offices
Nobody wants to go through life feeling like an outsider or a stranger to their own story, which may have been silenced for years. Your story is your emotional ticket to a personal breakthrough that can greatly impact yourself and others. But if you want your readers and audience to see and feel what you do, you must get clear on the emotional elements of your deeply personal story. You’ll learn how to connect with your unique voice so you can share your experience in a way that inspires others and causes them, in turn, to embrace their own vulnerable stories in a world that can sometimes seem culturally and emotionally disconnected.
Using the Power of Personal “Silent” Stories in the Academic Classroom and Beyond
Best fit audiences: Organizations, Colleges and Universities, Student Success Coaches, Consultants, Diversity Trainers
Are you teaching or working with ESL (English as a Second Language) students? Even though they don’t know a lot of English, you want to meet their 21st-century needs and keep them on-task and academically engaged. The role of personal stories has real relevance for reading and writing in the academic classroom and beyond, and while many believe that personal stories and academia should remain separate and distinct, they don’t have to be. Learn how to give voice to your ESL students’ stories while engaging them academically, using the context of the immigrant experience as an outsider. Find out what to do with these stories and how to take them beyond the context of the academic classroom.
About Dorit Sasson
Dorit Sasson is a keynote speaker, storyteller, cultural diversity skills trainer for both academic and non-academic purposes, transformational author, and ESL instructor. She coaches teachers and coaches, entrepreneurs, speakers and writers on how to weave their personal stories into their heart-centered work and helps clients develop and voice their personal stories, which are so often silenced. Dorit is the author of the chapter “The Best Time to Get in My Way” in the well-received anthology Pebbles in the Pond: Transforming the World One Person at a Time, which features notable New York Times bestselling authors, and she’s the creator of the home study and coaching program “Giving Voice to the Voiceless: A Five Step Program to Transforming Your Life and Business in Story.”
Partial Client List
– National Louis University
– Atlantic Cape Community College
– Carnegie Library of Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh
What people are saying…
“I was looking for a way to transform my life story into a business tool and had no idea how to start. Dorit’s talk gave me clarity and allowed me to see how my story can be the basis for a genuine heart-centered business!” ─ Allan N
“Listening to Dorit, I learned to unravel my story and structure it so it could provide transformation for all who hear or read it. Her talk helped me see that speaking about my story is another way of communicating the personal transformation I experienced, so I can share my story now, even before my book is published. What a relief!” ─ Maeve C. ”
I am so grateful Dorit gave this talk as it has been a tremendous help to get me unstuck and flowing with my writing again. I now feel more optimistic and confident about how to communicate with my target audience and the difference my story can make to those who read or hear it. I also know exactly what steps to take to craft my story in a way that will have the most impact. Thank you, Dorit!” ─ Carol G.
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