Finding stories is hard, which doesn't make any sense at all because we are all having experiences all the time that could be story material.

When people tell me they aren't sure what their story is or they don't have a story to tell - it's because they don't know yet that everything is story material.

So, in preparation for crafting and telling your story, you record your story. You find the story in your every day life by journaling about it. Writing it down, making notes, taking pictures, all the little practices that create a record of your life. And those practices have a double benefit - because they will also be a record of your heroic transformation.

Crafting stories is not a game of hit and miss.

Story crafting starts with an easy to use, effective story structure. We can't even build IKEA chairs without seven pages of clear diagrams, what are we doing trying to build stories based on a feeling of what will work?

There is an art and a bit of science to story crafting. When you learn to work with story structure, creating stories that work becomes a pleasure, not a chore.

The world wants your stories.

They want your professional profiles and your presentations and your fiction and your nonfiction and that really interesting insight that woke you up at 7:30 on a weekend morning.

Telling your story is about mastering communication skills, whether that's picking the right words for an article or figuring out what to do with your hands during a presentation or learning how you can be more interesting than your presentation slides (um, you already are, so really this is a mindset shift).

Work with me!

Hi, I'm Christine...

I founded StoryCraft in 2017 to help people use the power of storytelling to communicate better.

Humans love stories. We love to listen to them and we love to tell them. Stories help us start conversations and share ideas.

Putting together a story that holds your audience's attention from start to finish isn't easy, though. First you've got to pick the right story and then you'll need a simple, effective story structure to craft that story. Finally, you need to tell your story over and over again, using audience feedback to keep improving your work.

I've worked with students, entrepreneurs, international women, and academics. I love watching people see their experiences and their projects transformed into stories that will capture an audience's attention.

Are you ready to start working on your story?

I offer workshops and one-on-one story work. Click the button below and tell me what you want to do. We'll create a package that's just right for you!

I look forward to hearing from you,


Find your stories

You have a lifetime of stories to tell. How do you know which ones are worth telling?

The Story Library Cheat Sheet will help you choose stories you can tell to let people know who you are. They want to know more than your name and profession. Tell them a story, too!

Download your FREE Story Library Cheat Sheet now and start finding the right story to tell today.


Do you have a question? A comment? Want to work with me? Drop me a line and I'll get back to you right away!