This usually happens in three ways.
I speak/teach, create websites for people, and help people create podcasts.
I walk along side of people and encourage them to live a story that is worth sharing. I help others lean into what that looks like for them.
So, a lot of my days are spent meeting with people over coffee and helping people dream.
I’ve found that most people have a story they are longing to create or be a part of, but often they need help getting there.
That’s what I do. I help people live into their story.
How'd This Happen?
This didn’t happen overnight. I’ve worked in some form of relational ministry for the better part of 8 years. While having a steady job, I had been dipping my toes into the freelance world a lot.
Then I started my first podcast with my friend Terry Linhart. My life changed from that moment forward.
I started to get asked to speak at large conferences, (and they were becoming more regular). I started to be asked to emcee for larger and larger events.
I started to develop websites for friends and family. And then for friends of friends. And then for people that I didn’t know.
And most recently, I started helping people create podcasts.
This all came to a head when I felt a nudge to leap into the deep end and try this thing on full size. So that’s what I did. I quit my day job to live a better story, and hopefully I’m enabling others to do the same.
Chief Troublemaker - CEO
Marketing / Sales Ninja
Some Core Values
Podcast and Stories I've Helped Coach and Produce.
The South Bend Beat Podcast will dive into all things, people and places South Bend. We’ll interview local leaders and influencers, allowing listeners to hear about them in a way that’s never been heard before.
With this podcast, parents will learn about how they contribute to their child’s success with different parenting styles and techniques, and how to overcome universal parenting challenges.
A Jesus-centered community for believers and doubters, where we can ask difficult questions and wrestle with the tensions of ancient faith in a modern world; a community that values simplicity and spiritual practices in our life together; and a church that’s deeply connected to the city we love.
Sonya Fitzgerald, the host, spent a life behind a desk and now she is behind a salon chair. As a stylist, she gets to hold lots sacred space with people and be a life concierge of sorts. We talk about Hair & Makeup products and processing all the things that life has to bring.