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February 2024 Tell Us Something Newsletter – Missoula Magic Awaits: Free Tickets, Board Openings & More!

This month in the Tell Us Something newsletter: Final call for storytellers, Stewardship ticket info, meet the poster artist, and the soundtrack to Tell Us Something. and more. Read time: about 4 minutes.

‘People are suffering alone’: Bay Area county declares loneliness crisis – First in Nation

San Mateo County has become the first in the nation to declare loneliness a public health crisis, according to a county media advisory, through a resolution that its board of supervisors passed Tuesday.

Fear: Self-limiting your potential – By Will Price Will Price Partner at Next Frontier Capital

Often the limitations we face in life are not externally imposed. Too often, we self-sabotage with firmly held beliefs that we are not good at x, not worthy of being considered by y, and the potential to achieve is still born.

What would it take for generosity to go viral?

“Be brave. Give what you can, and then be absolutely amazed at what happens next,”

Join Us as a Storyteller or Board Member! + Free Tickets Inside!

Share your story! Pitch your “Close to the Edge” story by calling 406-203-4683 If you’d like to share your story on the Tell Us Something stage, the next opportunity to do so is March 26th, 2024. The theme is “Close to the Edge”.

You should have more friends of all ages

Intergenerational friendships make your life richer. Here’s how to cultivate them.

Tell Us Something is in 31 days (12/6)! Plus! On Site Child Care

We are so excited to be partnering with Spark! to provide this service for our guests with little humans during this event for kiddos ages 4 and up!

Deepak Chopra Shares His Formula for Successful Leadership, and How to Make Your Own

At the 2023 Inc. 5000 Conference, the alternative medicine advocate, coach, doctor, author, and speaker shared his advice for leaders — and spoke about the importance of being prepared.

Ken Burns: ‘The only thing that changes people is storytelling’ – ‘The American Buffalo’

“My last film was on the US and the Holocaust,” documentarian Ken Burns told an audience in Washington recently. “I didn’t think the next film would be about eugenics too.”

That next film is The American Buffalo, a two-part, four-hour series exploring how the national mammal helped sustain Native Americans on the Great Plains for millennia – only to be nearly wiped out by white settlers in little more than a decade.

Call for Kindness of Strangers Stories, New Podcast Episode and Lost in Translation Photos

Call for stories We are currently accepting story pitches for the next live storytelling event. The theme is “The Kindness of Strangers”. If you would like to be considered to share your story, call the pitchline…