(If you're reading this via Facebook post, you must click over to the original blog post to see an awesome picture of Brian Freedman at work. Trust me.)
In our last sessions with the professionals in our "Track Sessions," we practiced telling the story of our Hillel? What do we do? Why do we do it? What impact has it made? What impact will it make on the future?
What does it have to do with us?
(Brian from OSU and Micky from Towson, captivated with one another)
Telling stories is important because it connects our passion to someone else's, and hopefully makes them just as excited about Hillel as we are.
It's important for our students, their parents, our campus communities, and our supporters.
We each had two minutes to practice telling our stories to one another. Then again, and again, and again.
It was awesome.
(Brian's story ended with the word "chickens." No, really.)
What stories would you tell about our Hillel. If you could imagine yourself a year in the future, what story would you hope you can tell about what the next year will bring? What would each of those stories say about you, and the person you hope to be?