Dangerously Good Stories with Marie Masse EP: 041

podcast Jun 30, 2021

They say, “A picture is worth a thousand words” — which really means when words aren’t enough, photos can become a medium for storytelling, especially when taken in a meaningful and reflective way.

When Marie Masse got into the world of photography, she had zero background and didn’t even have a decent camera to use. What started out as something casual quickly became a more thoughtful and intentional practice. She began to notice tiny stories and documented them with her lens. These tiny stories have since become the foundation for her work at Dangerously Good Stories.

Join me on today’s episode of The Inside Story Podcast as Marie shares with me:

  • How she started out taking pictures and eventually began “documenting herself awake”
  • What tiny stories are and how you can find them by looking at the different areas in your life
  • Why it’s important to be living awake for the stories of your life and not sleepwalking through it
  • The Masse Mountain philosophy and what it means to live it
  • How the process of telling your stories can release you and heal you

As Marie shows us, there are different ways of telling your story. But the key thing is to share it, because not only will it bring more meaning and even healing into your life, it can also be a light for someone else.

Marie has something special for you! Head over to dangerouslygoodstories.com/power for a free video and workbook that will help you uncover your tiny stories today.


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