My guest for this episode is Lynn Sanders.

Lynn is a Story Empowerment Expert and Founder of Difference Makers Media, with a mission to help cause-driven entrepreneurs, authors, speakers and nonprofit leaders tell their stories effectively to build their impact, make a difference and grow their revenue.  Lynn has worked with nonprofit organizations for 20 years as a publicity and marketing consultant, a video scriptwriter, an author and fundraising strategist for the nonprofit sector.

She provides strategic empowerment coaching, writing, video interviews and social media marketing to achieve results for clients across the country. Over the past 30 years, through her award-winning writing, producing, interviewing and coaching, Lynn has achieved results for a wide spectrum of clients – from attracting a 6-figure donation from a front-page story to doubling memberships from a video and more.

Lynn is media host of “The Difference Makers,” a program that share the inspiration, wisdom and advice from today’s innovative business leaders.  Her writing has helped clients craft their stories in a compelling and engaging way – from trade shows, articles and commercials to video scripts, lyrics and speeches.  She was the writer behind the WGN-TV theme, “Chicago’s Very Own, Channel 9,” featuring Lou Rawls, and the creative force behind the nationally award-winning patient safety video, “Things You Should Know Before Entering The Hospital.”

She is also the author of two children’s books: “Social Justice:  How You Can Make A Difference,” and the best-seller, “Dancing With Tex:  The Remarkable Friendship To Save The Whooping Cranes.” Last November, Lynn self-published “Roland’s Story: Inspired By A Stroke,” the memoir of her dear friend and colleague who passed away from a fourth stroke.  The story has been highly praised and considered to be “must-reading” for those who face physical challenges.

Lynn and I talk about using your personal story and how story is an asset for nonprofits.

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