Dixie Maria Carlton has been igniting and curating conversations with random strangers since she was a very small precocious red headed baby. She has no fear of striking up a conversation with anyone, anytime, anywhere, learning new things from people she meets and easily asking tough questions.
Dixie loves to talk, learn, share, and make connections and has turned that into a dynamic career path, helping others to also share their own stories effectively to change the world, one story at a time!
Dixie also knows how to help others to have those tough conversations – tackling the taboo topics that many of us are terrified of, with grace and ease.
The Magic of the Word Witch…
The Image of Dixie standing strong with a story book erupting in flames, as a small white origami bird takes flight….
The story book represents the fact that everyone has a story – something that has brought them to this place, this time, with this knowledge and wisdom to share. The white dove of peace is represented by a white origami bird… the words of the story rising up to take flight from the pages of our past, to bring meaning to our future.
Dixie is a writer, wordsmith, provocateur of thought and wisdom. She is also the curator of conversations that have meaning and depth, with countless people from all walks of life, histories, genders, and cultures. As such she can help take a story from anyone, and help them find the meaning, and bring that to life for the benefit of those who are meant to share in that story. Whether student, mentor, teacher, or artist. Each story is what is derived from all our journeys – how we choose to perceive our own stories is part of what brings us into the light.
“When we stand in our power – we light up dark corners”
Let’s explore that….
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