This past weekend I participated in the 7th Annual DC Webfest, which showcases independent digital content creators in the areas of short films, web series, games, VR, podcasts and other areas. Surprisingly, the podcast won the festival's highest award for podcasting - the Gold Award.
I'd like to thank DC Webfest, 20/20 Productions and the judges who voted for the podcast. It was an honor to be included for selection with so many other great podcasts.
With that said, I made a stunning observation... people are listening to the message and with enough encouragement are sharing their own stories. during the presentation ceremony I found out that the festival's founder recently lost her mother to leukemia.
Many people were very interested in my story and really appreciated the conversation I'm continuing to spread around normalizing the conversation around grief.
The lesson - keep talking about it... don't be silent. You never know who might be listening or how you might be an inspiration for them to tell their story... if only to get something of their chest.
You don't have to be an author, blogger, or podcaster to make a difference. You just need a story - SHARE IT!
Don't be silent. Here are the stories of others who have shared their stories on the podcast:
Share your story whenever, wherever you can.
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