Tell Me A Good Story

Rating: 5 stars   37 reviews 890

Issues: Education

Location: 10019 N. Roxbury Dr. Tucson AZ 85737 USA

Mission: To teach people how to communicate and connect more effectively, face-to-face, with conscious intention.
Results: Although only a little over a three years old, our organization has already given classes and presentations to over 50 groups and organizations and to over 2,000 individuals. We have also shared our message encouraging people to communicate and connect with conscious intention with over 10,000 people.
Target demographics: people learn to communicate and connect more effectively face-to-face.
Geographic areas served: Southern Arizona
Programs: Classes which teach people how to communicate and connect with full intention. We offer classes and presentations for teachers, parents & grandparents, organizations, businesses, nonprofits, children, and seniors.
2014 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 45-4795353
520-975-2904
www.tellmeagoodstory.org

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Rating: 5 stars   Featured Review

I invited Hawkeye to give a course for the University of Arizona's Green Valley OLLI, an organization that strives to keep people over the age of 50 learning and engaging their brains. He gave us two 90 minute lectures, one a week. No one missed the second class! Everyone was attentive and everyone thought it was one of the best classes of the term.
Hawkey's presentation was fun and informative. Many class members want him to give another class soon. Even "Far Exceeds Expectations" doesn't adequately describe the presentation. Thank you Hawkeye!

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Hawkeye Richardson came in this past Tuesday to speak to the Eller Professional Sales Club at the University of Arizona. As acting president of the Eller Professional Sales Club I can confidently say that Hawkeyes presentation was one of the best we have had. He was extremely prepared and kept everyones attention throughout his entire presentation, providing the members of the club with handouts, and interacting with them individually. Hawkeye really exceeded our expectations and we are planning on having him come in to speak again in the near future.

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I had the pleasure of being entertained and enlightened about How to Effectively Work a Booth by Hawkeye Richardson at a Greater Vail Chamber "Lunch & Learn." Being a Business Development professional for the past 10 years I was interested in learning some new tricks in working an event booth. Hawkeye had some great ideas for changing up what I currently do and offered positive confirmation for practices I already have in place.

Take-aways were "less is more" for table displays, have a strategy and goal before working the event, and how to productively interact with event attendees.

Hawkeye's presentation is well-worth an investment of your time because he is candid, knowledgeable, insightful, provides YOU information based on HIS experiences, and has a great sense of humor!

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Hawkeye spoke to our young non profit on How to Communicate and Connect More Effectively Working a Booth. We do a lot of public events and our enthusiastic volunteers usually have no prior experience.

He did a great job, giving them lots of information while keeping them engaged. Not an easy task in a group as diverse as this. Multiple people have contacted me to tell me how much more they understand our goals and how to achieve them. They also felt the skills they learned will be applicable in many other areas of their lives.

Hawkeye is a knowledgeable, engaging speaker, dispensing knowledge while keeping the audience involved. I would highly recommend him.

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Hawkeye Richardson recently educated our audience in the area of unconscious biases at our HR Compliance Connections event at The University of Arizona. Our audience consisted of varying level of human resources professionals. His subject matter was very relevant to the audience and could easily translate to a variety of audiences. He employed a high level of audience participation and energized the crowd. He is very personable and I would highly recommend him for other speaking engagements.

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

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Rating: 5 stars  

I recently attended Pre-Employment Job Fair Seminars for people with disabilities. I was most impressed by the presentation by Hawkeye Richardson “Putting Your Best ‘YOU’ Forward at a Job Fair or Interview”. His sense of humor and directness was very helpful for about 180 job seekers with disabilities. I learn a lot and would like to hear more from this presenter.
His has amazing way of presenting important tips for our success took away the panic the most of us share. All others that I had talked with loved it!

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Hawkeye is amazing! We are in awe of his gift to effectively engage our large and diverse group of managers. He presented 'Communication and Connecting with Full Intention' at our annual leadership workshop. He speech was thought provoking and it provided valuable information to assist us in building more productive relationships in our workforce. Given the era of less face to face connecting, this message is relevant in order to create a thriving organization. We need more Hawkeyes in this world!

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My husband and I were fortunate to have been given the opportunity to experience one of Hawkeye Richardson’s presentations. He was engaging and thought provoking. We walked away feeling as if we had gained valuable knowledge that we could apply to our lives. He spoke of “being in the moment.” A simple concept, but one that many of us take little time to think about. Hawkeye conveyed his message with enthusiasm and passion and made the evening enjoyable.

Will you volunteer or donate to this organization?

Likely

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

Life-changing

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

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I recently invited Hawkeye Richardson to present at the Direct Connect Job Club at the Pima County One-Stop in Tucson. He presented "Putting Your Best 'You' Forward" a carefully taylored presentation for an audience of 17 Job Seekers. His presentation was informative and motivational. There was continuous interaction with the job seekers and he was more than willing to share his expertise with them. The feedback from job seekers that attended was all positive and very much appreciated. Attendees said they learned a lot of new and powerfull tools they can apply, not only to their job search, but to their personal lives. Thank you Hawkeye for an amazing morning and for your partnership with the Pima County One-Stop. Rosemary Smith PHR; CWDP

How would you describe the help you got from this organization?

Life-changing

How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?

Definitely

How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have sat in on two presentations with Hawkeye, as well as met with him one-on-one and he is very good at what he does. He really knows what he is talking about, is passionate about what he does, believes in what he is trying to convey and he really is trying to make a difference. He really knows his stuff!

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

I would not change anything except to help them in educating the public with their mission.

How would you describe the help you got from this organization?

A lot

How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?

Likely

How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

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