Artist Profile – Macha Suzuki

Macha Suzuki is an incredible artist and I was able to spend some time with him in December. Macha’s latest show “THIS IS THE END” will be at the Vincent Price Art Museum February 8th – April 25th. See info on the show at http://portnoy.co/1gyKNAX Visit his website – http://www.machasuzuki.com

From The Archives – The Great American Road Trip

Back in 2007, the idea of a web series was pretty foreign. 4 guys, a car and a fair amount of expectation brought us together for the most sweltering 2 days of my entire life.  Drama and intrigue combined with a lack of planning that would make Honey Boo Boo proud. I recently added the … Read More

Non-Profit Storytelling Training – Introduction

Like what you see? Sign up for the entire class today, click here!     Audio Only Download it here  Left Click and “Save As”   Homework: Get a notebook My Favorite Moleskine Digital Apps for Notes Evernote Penultimate Paper Adobe Ideas Carve out some time weekly to think about your story     Fill out … Read More

Non-Profit Storytelling

        Audio Only Download it here  Left Click and “Save As”   Homework: Get a notebook My Favorite Moleskine Digital Apps for Notes Evernote Penultimate Paper Adobe Ideas Carve out some time weekly to think about your story     Fill out my online form.

Training

Non-Profit Story Training – $495 There’s no time limit on the class, learn at your own pace and share it with your team. This class covers: How the Narrative Story Framework applies to your non-profit. How to acquire and cultivate an audience while telling a compelling story. Strategy to determine Your Best Audiences The Top … Read More

First Look: Artist Profile – Macha Suzuki

This past week, I spent some time with Macha Suzuki. He’s an artist based here in Los Angeles and pretty swell guy for an upcoming project. Here’s a few stills from our time together. Check out his website    

13 Choices To Inspire You With a Great Story

Christmas Holidays are great. Seeing family and rehashing old stories and catching up but sometimes it’s a lot. Make sure you make time to connect with family and loved ones this year but after the food coma kicks in and naps are prevalent and the puzzling ends – take a break and experience something new … Read More

A New Way to Get More Donors and Build your Organization

When I got the call from the United Way of Los Angeles, they were frustrated and worried about the steady decline of their fundraising dollars over the last several years. Even with a lot of hard work on their part, it wasn’t getting any better. Their executives knew that everything wasn’t right but they couldn’t … Read More

How To Win Christmas

This years Holiday shopping season has been legendary already. And we’re not at Thanksgiving. The big guns are out. Reports of locations opening for record hours (Kmart is open for 41 hours straight) The camping out has already started at Phoenix area Best Buy’s. There’s a lot happening and I know that panicked execs are … Read More

Guest Post – Brad Voigt

Editors Note: I love getting feedback and hearing about how a conversation, a coaching time or something I’ve worked on or created has been able to inspire or educate. So I thought it’d be a good idea to have some of the people who are doing amazing and creative things talk about how we intersect. … Read More