Our beliefs can be strongly held which can make it difficult to see other ways of looking at situations. Tamsen Webster, keynote speaker and message strategist, needed to have a battle of beliefs to move past a debilitating panic disorder. She realized that when two truths fight, only one wins.
In this week’s episode, Tamsen talks about how we determine the kind of story that we live, deciding on our own genres and roles. Instead of conflicting beliefs, Tamsen encourages finding connecting beliefs. She also discusses with Erin seeing stories as being in motion, as we keep telling and building on them, and the story isn’t over until you decide it is.
Part “idea whisperer,” part speaker, and part strategist, Tamsen Webster has helped people and organizations build the big ideas that bring big change. She combined 20 years in marketing and four years as a TEDx Executive Producer into The Red Thread™, a simple way to change how people see…and what they do as a result. But everything she knows about people, speaking, and change, she learned at Weight Watchers.
Learn more about Tamsen Webster, purchase her book, and join her newsletter The Red Thread on her website tamsenwebster.com.
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