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Tell Me A Good Story

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education

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.

Community Stories

38 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

Hawkeye came to give our group a presentation covering how to set up and work a booth at to the home show that our non-profit was going to attend. His presentation was excellent, very insightful, and I learned a lot! He is a very engaging speaker who keeps your attention, makes it fun while learning, and has you participate as an audience member. I really enjoyed how he on top of sharing a wealth of information, he also tailored information to our needs. We implemented his ideas at the show and they worked! I highly recommend Hawkeye and his organization! Thank you!

Client Served

Rating: 5

I attended the workshop "Telling the Story of Your Business."The presentation was engaging and interactive, a live demonstration of how stories can create memorable connections with clients, colleagues and prospects.


Rating: 5

Tell Me A Good Story has a very innovative and fresh approach to education through the use of story-telling. Everyone (no matter their age) loves a GOOD story - it captures not only the person's attention, but draws on their imagination and emotions while sometimes opening whole new worlds of ideas and enrichment - and Mr. Richardson is a true master of the art. I support this non-profit whole-heartedly for its dedication and devotion to its mission.



Rating: 5

I support the mission of this non-profit because I understand that story-telling is an important communication skill. A good story connects you or your business to a person's emotions. Emotions drive our decisions and our actions. A person is more likely to buy something if they can connect to it on an emotional level. I once bought an expensive pair of shoes because they were a "work of art". They made me feel good.
The skill of story telling is good for your brain too. We remember things that have a good story line, which trigger an emotion... and we tuck them away in long term memory.