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251: What’s Your Red Thread? – Tamsen Webster

There’s a thread that connects us all. In fact there’s a red thread about finding your soulmate. But here’s what I learned about Red Threads from today’s guest…Red Threads are everywhere and if we pay attention to them they can help us come out of closets, make bold moves, and live our lives to their fullest.

Tamsen Webster is connector. She helps connect the dots so you can see what’s not obvious. And while she’s grabbing thoughts and ideas out of thin air, just like a masterful spider, she weaves a Red Thread to bring everything together. Today, given that it is Valentines Day, we thought we’d explore the Red Threads of life, love, business, and finding the Red Thread of your voice to help you love and live your bold life uncloseted.

Show Highlights

* What is the big key to a relationship? Her answer may surprise you…
* Guess what? Everything in your closet is there to help you come out
* Why Tamsen doesn’t believe in having one purpose or passion
* Find out why words are often the “currency of ideas”!
* No two Red Threads are alike – here’s how to find pieces of yours

Connect with Tamsen Webster

Part “idea whisperer,” part message strategist, and part presentation coach, Tamsen Webster helps people and organizations like Verizon, State Street Bank, Ericsson, Johnson & Johnson, and Disney find and communicate the power of their ideas. For four years, she was the Executive Producer of TEDxCambridge, one of the oldest and largest locally organized “TED talk” events in the world. In former lives, she worked in both agencies and at nonprofits heading up brand, marketing, and fundraising communication strategy, along with a brief but enduring turn as a change management consultant. She was a reluctant marathoner…twice; is a winning ballroom dancer (in her mind); and everything she knows about people, speaking, and change, she learned at Weight Watchers. True story.

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