Sweetie Berry

Life is a plot change isn’t it?  We are ever growing, changing, and being changed as time marches on.  Perspective is important as is emotional maturity. Our story is ever changing and in the best situations, we are ever growing.  Our stories internally are the foundation of who we believe ourselves to be. When we use tools like journals, jot notes, and captures on audio, we have the ability to re examine what we thought, what our perspectives were, and to align to the present with current perspectives.  The stress and/or excitement or emotion of an experience may color our experience memory, and in reviewing it later, we may realize new perspectives and/or more accurately recognize what was happening when the stressors were not present.

Your story matters. My story matters. We learn from who we’ve been, who we are, and what we experience with others.  Learn to listen to what you are saying, and sometimes to what you’re not saying. What labels, perspectives and descriptors are you using? What excuses do you make? What conversations continue to repeat in your life?  These are all valuable insights to engage as you master your story.

Sweetie Berry is a hybrid strategist. She is an educator strategist who works with well able authors, speakers, and product producers. A Southerner, she can not only bring home the bacon but she can fry it up in a pan. A high creative and analytic her passion is to cultivate projects that empower people.

Anthony Pompa

A Conversation with Reverend Anthony Pompa

A native of Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, and former member of the Episcopal Parish of St. Mark’s and St. John’s in Jim Thorpe, Anthony Pompa was ordained a deacon (1991) and priest (1992) for the Diocese of Bethlehem. He served as canon for ministries at the cathedral from 1991 to 1995.

He then served for eight years in the Diocese of Virginia, as a rector for four years and then on the bishop’s staff as assistant to the bishop for congregational development and ministries and deployment officer. He has been rector of St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Middletown, Delaware.

Most recently, the Rev. Anthony Pompa was elected rector and dean of the Cathedral Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in the Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem.

Pompa and his wife, Felicia, have two children, Dillon and Bella.

Mind The Gap

Kim Plyler Discusses How to Level Up

This program of “Mastering Your Story!” is born from a multitude of experiences. We started it with the desired outcome of helping you find the story inside you and giving you a path to share it with the world.

We believe together our stories can improve humanity.

Like any good story, it is important that we start with the end in mind. Knowing your desired outcome is key to a successful process. Setting goals and objectives for your process is essential. Once you have identified your desired outcome or destination, you can begin to design the road map to get you there.

Mind The Gap in our Master Your Story process means recognizing where you want to be and where you currently are.  We have a process to help you safely navigate your distance and level up to your new platform.

We believe when we bring things together we foster change. Change that impacts humanity and the world around us.  We want to help you find your story. Thank you for reading this and for being part of our Master Your Story audience.  If you’re ready to take the next step in developing your story or brand, reach out to us here on this website.  Sign up to mailing list.  We are always happy to hear from you. We look forward to helping you navigate your gap.

Kim Plyler, US. Navy Veteran, is the host of Master Your Story podcast, author of It “Wasn’t on The Record: The Ashley Berg File”, co-author of the screenplay The Ashley Berg File, CEO of Sahl Communications, Inc and member of Forbes Agency Council.