Hi! I’m Sarah Tolle.
I am an actor and content creator—but, like you, I am first and foremost a storyteller.
The psychology, art, and business of story is a highly undervalued aspect of how we impact our world—as creatives, entrepreneurs, leaders, politicians. As members of families and shapers of lives.
In fact, we need stories to survive.
Our emotions are uncontrollable, our own existence baffles us, and we rarely act rationally (speaking from personal experience here).
So we fuel our minds with organized ideas that help us connect one experience with another: stories.
All that to say this: Story is important. And it’s a thriving form of art and business that fuels multiple industries.
So, I’m building this to be a hub for helpful, honest insights into the “story industry” that you won’t find anywhere else.
Find original articles on digital content, film, and the art and business of story as it shapes our culture and fuels our future.
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Get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check Out These Articles:
Actors get tons of advice and opinions, but we suffer from a serious lack of data-based insight. Let’s change that!
Many articles around the web cite an average casting director salary based on the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment and Wage report. That isn’t exactly accurate. That’s because the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment and Wage report does not include a category for casting directors. The Occupational Employment and Wage report […]
What makes work meaningful for digital marketers? I sat down for a chat with digital strategist, actor, and all-around storyteller Thomas Gage for a chat about the highs and lows of the industry. We walk about what there is to love about digital marketing, what’s troublesome, and the ways in which digital content professionals make […]
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