It’s human nature to lament our losses and a human skill to recognize our gifts. It’s human nature to focus on the small part of business that goes awry instead of the large part of business that is done well. It’s so easy to recognize faults in others, and not so easy to praise our spouses, children, and co-workers. Why is that?
About the Author: Eva Grayzel
Eva Grayzel is a nationally recognized motivational storyteller. With twenty-five years of experience in the spotlight, Eva’s expertise in interactive storytelling techniques is incomparable. Exuding the kind of onstage charisma that cannot be taught, she delivers a proven method to educate and inspire audiences. A late-stage oral cancer diagnosis threatened to hijack her ability to talk the talk. After regaining her vocal chops, she crafted a thought-provoking story of survival, taking what could have been a tragic end and turning it into a powerful new beginning. Eva conveys the realities of her journey, emphasizing relatable and meaningful life lessons. The power of her personal story is the motivation behind creating a model to teach story development for building business.
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