Your tale of toil will have company with new and old friends at Told#7 on Thursday, January 29 at 7pm. We will return to Market Garden Brewery and the Harbor Room / Spirits Bar, which we will open up at 6 before the show.
We all work. Sometimes we get paid, many times we don’t. Rarely do we get paid what we are owed. Sometimes our jobs are our vocations; we cannot ignore their sirens calls. Other times, our jobs are just jobs: we clock in and clock out, biding our time. Whether your job happens on the day shift or the graveyard shift, in the corner office or on the line, among the elements or office supplies, you have a story about it.
Our featured storytellers for Told#7 are Gina Morris Tohme, President of foundation and Adam Ross, VP of Development at Vocational Guidance Services. As always, we expect to hear many stories from audience volunteers.
For this edition of Told, we are happy to partner with the Weatherhead Women in Business. Members of the club will be in attendance and will also share their stories of work.
All audience members are welcome (but not required) to prepare a story on the theme and put their names in the bucket for a chance to tell their tales. Stories should be under 6 minutes, true, and have yourself as the central character. Run through your story for a friend, a pet, or a Told staff member for extra practice. Check out our page on storytelling advice for more.
RSVP on Facebook or in the comments below (not required).