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StoryFirst Memoir MethodTM Group Coaching

Work At Your Own Pace, Get Help When You Need It

Small Group Classes for

  • Individuals

  • Families

  • Businesses 

$297/six weeks

Sign Up For The Next "Getting Started" Class: Your Memoir Roadmap

In this class, you'll learn how to:
  • Unlock your memories
  • Identify your best stories
  • Tell your stories well
  • Stay organized
  • Stay motivated

Tuesdays 3 PM Eastern

  • March 7, 2023

  • March 14, 2023

  • March 21, 2023

  • March 28. 2023

  • April 4, 2023

  • April 11, 2023

When you have finished the class, you will be able to:
  • Create a personal audiobook
  • Add photos to your stories
  • Print your memoir  

Wednesdays Noon Eastern

  • March 8, 2023

  • March 15, 2023

  • March 22, 2023

  • March 29. 2023

  • April 5, 2023

  • April 12, 2023

Each Class Limited To Six Participants * Hosted via Zoom

Value-added Features: 

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Group Hike

24/7 Online Access

  • All videos & worksheets

  • Subscription to The Voice LibraryTM

  • StoryFirst Workbook

  • Exclusive Content

Weekly Group Coaching

Stuck? Get advice from the coach and tips from your peers.

Accountability Group

Stay on track by partnering with others in the group. Give and get  encouragement 


New! Record Your Stories to The Voice LibraryTM 24/7 via cellphone, landline, computer, or mobile app. 

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Why is the StoryFirst MethodTM Your Best Choice For Creating A Memoir?

StoryFirst guides you through TELLING your stories and getting them into audio files. You record as-you-go on your phone, your computer, or other device. Then, I show you how to use technology to turn the audio files into print: no typing, no formatting, no narrative writing skills needed. Just tell the stories. Then, when you are finished and happy with the result, you (or an editor) can polish it up and turn it into a book (if that’s what you want to do). But let’s get the story right first, and then think about publishing.

Your life stories—told one at a time—become your memoir. Telling stories is more fun than fussing with writing. If you enjoy the process, you will finish the memoir. You’ll have fun along the way. It won’t become a tedious chore. You'll be surprised how quickly the pages add up.

Other benefits of this approach are:

  1. Oral storytelling is more personal than telling a story on written pages. It allows your family, colleagues, and friends to hear your story in your voice. The nuances of your speech—tone of voice, volume, emphasis—are as important to your story as the words you use. Those can’t be picked up in print.

  2. Audio is more accessible than text. That’s why podcasts and audiobooks are so popular. You can listen to audio anywhere: in the car, in the kitchen, or while you exercise. Anywhere.

  3. Because it’s quicker. Most people are not trained writers. Too often, memoirists get bogged down in grammar, spelling, and sentence structure to the detriment of their story. With the StoryFirst method, you can build momentum and enthusiasm for the project.

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