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Podcast on Recording Your Life Stories
Let Storyical inspire you to turn your stories into life histories. Listen as Life Story Professionals share practical advice for you to capture your life story. Take encouragement from ordinary people who talk about how they started recording their life histories and have extraordinary results.
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As a writing coach, Patricia Charpentier has experience in helping people write their memoirs. She talks about goal-setting and timelines and historical timelines as a way to getting people to look at the span of
Part 3 is about what it was like for Kjathy Watson to be a participant in a Guided Autobiography class. She not only loved the class, and found the experience to be wonderful, but she
Episode 21 explores the hidden magic of storycatching with Guided Autobiographer instructor Heidi Thorsen. What happens when you don’t have a computer, have never written before, and join Heidi’s class on guided autobiography? A lot
Dr Cheryl Svensson introduces us to Guided Autobiography (GAB) a process of writing your life story that is built on life themes and group interaction. GAB was created by Dr James Birren (now deceased). Its
Today we talk digitizing and organizing images, and why and how to share our special photos. Special guest Cathi Nelson is the founder and CEO of the Association of Personal Photo Organizers which has 1,000
Libby Atwater started out as a journalist, although her childhood was full of memories listening to family stories. She started out as a Personal Historian when asked to record a friend’s life story. Her clients
Ellie Kahn has been an oral historian since 1988. She is from the Los Angeles area and has always been interested in life story. Ellie talks about interviewing people who are towards the end of
Gloria Nussbaum is the owner of Real-to-Reel recording personal stories. Armed with a tape recorder and being experienced in radio, Gloria became a personal historian, working in audio. Audio gives two of the most important