Marsha Shandur is the curator, organizer and host of True Stories Told Live Toronto, and a personal networking mentor and entrepreneur.
True Stories Told Live is a simple idea. A bunch of people having a drink in a back room in West Toronto, listening to other people telling true stories. It’s not comedy, though it’s allowed to be funny. It’s not educational, but you might learn something. It’s not musical, but, each time, there is included a story-telling musician. The only rules are that the story must be: true, about the storyteller, told without notes and no longer than 10 minutes long. Marsha truly believes that everybody has one great story inside them. At every True Stories Told Live show, there is at least one person who has either never been on stage before, or never been on stage telling a true story about themselves.
Besides curating True Stories Told Live, Marsha shows entrepreneurs, freelancers, coaches and other people who think that they hate networking (and are bad at it), how to really enjoy it (and be effortlessly good at it), so that they can get on with being paid to do the stuff they are great at and really love.
Paul had the privilege of participating in a special version of True Stories – Ghost Stories Told Live – and really enjoyed the process of working with Marsha.
If you think you’d like to tell a story – even if you’ve never done anything like this before – Marsha would love to hear from you. Find information below on how to get in touch with her.
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