When we speak to people that we know or just met, quite often there is a desire to share their stories.

We’re inspired by the conversation & throughout the year we hear stories with parallel themes. The times, places & events that occurred are entirely different, but the emotional peaks and valleys are undeniably similar.

Hence the concept of ‘themes’ for our VoiceStory Live show was born!

The themes we have in the pipeline are engaging & we can’t wait to share them with the world.

12 themes, 72 speakers & countless moments of laughter, joy & tears!

2019 is going to be full of surprises for both VoiceStory & the community at large.

Join us. Won’t you?

Join Us for VoiceStory Live!

Winston Yeung

Winston had a love/hate relationship with many facets of his life growing up in a world he didn’t feel he fit into.

“Go to school, come home and work in the store, repeat… that was my life.”

Seemingly always on the outside looking in, he envied what he saw the other neighborhood kids had: the cool stuff, the freedom, the fun.

In his teenage years this desire caused friction with his parents, as he rebelled against the monotonous life he wanted out of. A few years later this escalated to a staredown against his father, which is a moment he would never forget.

On February 11, Winston shares for the first time what happened in that moment, the story of “wanting what I couldn’t have” and then realizing much later in life to be careful what you wish for, as once some things are gone, they are gone forever.

Keri-Anne Livingstone

Keri-Anne believes that Life brings opportunities for growth and learning in one of two ways: where we are asked to BE a mess or to MAKE a mess.

On February 11 come experience her story, as Keri-Anne returns to the VoiceStory stage to share about the day she did and was BOTH, and how “it led me to the greatest love I’ll ever know!”

“Bless the mess and trust the process! When we take the time to tune in, speak up and allow our truth to be expressed, it will always guide us to greater things.”

Ryan Thomas

Serving in the army, Ryan wanted to be a special forces operator. He was leading with his anger and wanted to hurt people. In relationships, he also lead with his anger, and this resulted in unhealthy relationship patterns.

“Once I realized the source of my anger, I was able to choose love over hate.”

Join us on February 11, as Ryan shares his experience that we can either hate the world, or love it. Hate people or love them. And you will find evidence for both options being correct. “Love is a choice! And to make that choice, requires us to challenge our belief systems about ourselves, and the world around us.”

Jivi Saran

For Jivi, understanding how to lead with love was very evident in one her workplaces. Love is not a word commonly used in workplaces and yet it has the ability to completely redefine how we communicate with each other.

On February 11, Jivi explains how Love in the workplace simply shows up as mutual respect for diversity of culture, diversity of strengths and diversity of personalities. “Until we start to define the word hate, can we truly start to define love?”

Mat Boyer

For Mat, as a young child Love wasn’t expressed but it was always present. “As I grew up I started to feel Love more even though when I did, I was told I did not know what Love was.” Well it turns out that they were partially right, but he would change it to “I did not know what Love could be.”

On February 11, Mat shares with us how he learned that the description of Love can change. “Even though you may not have received Love at the frequency or the way you wanted, that you can learn from this and ensure that you give Love in the way you what.”

Bonnie Nicole & Jessica Coulthard

Embarking on a journey of being single and finding out dating is not so easy in your thirties. Venturing into the realm of online dating and experiencing that for the first time! The game, the rules, the playing fields have changed… but for the better or for the worse?

On February 11 we invite you to come experience a VoiceStory Jam Session, as Bonnie & Jessica take to the stage together to share the good, the bad and the absolutely hilarious tales of dating later in life.

Jessica Coulthard & Bonnie Nicole

Embarking on a journey of being single and finding out dating is not so easy in your thirties. Venturing into the realm of online dating and experiencing that for the first time! The game, the rules, the playing fields have changed… but for the better or for the worse?

On February 11 we invite you to come experience a VoiceStory Jam Session, as Bonnie & Jessica take to the stage together to share the good, the bad and the absolutely hilarious tales of dating later in life.

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