Thank you so much for coming along to the Michelle’s Academy!! It was so lovely to have you there.


Here you’ll find:

(1) The Agenda and Storytelling Checklist Worksheet – downloadable PDF

(2) Info on what to do if you want to take this to the next level and work on your story (or storiES!)

(3) How to get hold of the free training and that recording of the meditation for using emotions in storytelling (plus free, email coaching from me)


(1) Agenda and Storytelling Worksheet – Downloadable PDF:

Click on these words to grab them (or right click/ctrl+click to download)


(2) Inspired to work on YOUR story? Here’s how to take the next step.

I would love – LOVE – to help you.

Online entrepreneur who wants to make potential clients list fall in (business) love with you? Find out how to walk the line between personal and professional –– all the while pulling in your dream clients and repelling the ones you don’t want –– by learning to tell your stories in a way that captivates your audience, positions you as an expert, and protects your privacy:

Do you HATE writing sales pages? Wish you could just do your thing and have people give you money? Can’t stand the thought of the hard sell? Really curious as to how you can write a sales page that’s a gift instead of a gut punch? This is for you:

Are you a speaker who wants to take your good speech into a mind-blowing, world-changing one? Whether you’re headed for TED, World Domination Summit, or anywhere in between, I’ve got you covered with story-focused speech help that makes your speech just as good as the ideas you’re sharing in it:

Not sure which one is for you – but know you’d love to get better at storytelling with my help? Let’s chat! We can jump on the phone – click HERE to book in a call, or just email me on

(3) Grab that ‘Physicality’ meditation, get free training – plus free Coaching on Storytelling from me!

If you’d like free coaching (and stories and secrets I won’t put on the internet) – along with the MAGIC BULLET for powerful storytelling, then just fill in your details below:

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Thanks again for coming along! It was so nice to have you there!

You rule,

xx (Yes Yes) Marsha


  • Dana Massaro

    Reply Reply July 14, 2017

    Everywhere I go (except wds), I feel like I can’t relate to anyone. Many people like to fantasize about what bars/clubs they are planning to go to. And I hate going to those types of places. Women I meet like to gush about clothing and makeup. I am not super girly. Even when I go on hiking/camping trips, somehow I find myself surrounded by people who are mostly interested in dressing up to go to the bar. How do I focus on my target audience while weeding out those who I don’t share common interests?

    • Marsha (Yes Yes Marsha)

      Hi Dana!

      Two things:

      (1) My instinct is that this is less about what you say and more about where you go, and finding your people in advance. When you don’t like mainstream stuff (clubs, bars; clothes and makeup), you have to work a little harder at this. But as WDS proves – we do exist!!

      It may be that even hiking is too general. Can you find meet-up groups for more specific things you’re interested in? Or even better, can you START one? It might be “Hiking For People Who Like To Talk About Self-Development” or a book club where you choose the books. Or a storytelling show! (Remember, my first show had an audience of 3 people, one of whom was my mum)

      (2) I would challenge you to probe a little further with the club/bar dress/make-up gang. See if you can – after some requisite small-talk so they know you have good judgement – ask questions that elicit less surface responses. I’m a big fan of this question:

      Good luck!

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