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Dan Moyle

Host, Editor & Producer of The Storytellers Network & Producer & Editor of I'm Not In An Abusive Relatio…
Dan Moyle, also known as The Inbound Evangelist, is a marketing strategist. He prefers helpful, engaging marketing over interruptive advertising. Coming to marketing from the TV news business, Dan brings a wealth of knowledge from writing to video production to multimedia content creation. He says, “I’d rather help someone reach 50 ideal customers rather than 5,000 passive viewers.” Also a believer in servant leadership, Dan has worked behind the scenes at work with organizations like Domestic and Sexual Assault Services (DASAS), Honor Flight, Habitat for Humanity, Waterfront Film Festival, and Cat Nap Lodge (a kitten rescue), serving and lifting others up with respect and a strong work ethic. A family man, Dan is a husband and father of a blended family. He loves spending time with his wife and daughters, which occasionally includes riding his Harley.
Recent episodes featuring Dan Moyle
Podcaster, Coach, Speaker, Writer Michelle Steffes (#86)
Episode of
The Storytellers Network
How Routine Can Drive Your Greatness with Michelle SteffesDuring this portion of the Entertainment Storytellers season, I wanted to bring on a special guest to explore something a little different. Today we’re talking about your journey to greatness. It’s more a resource than an example… my guest is the author of Your Journey to Greatness Through Routine and host of her daily podcast with the same name. She is also the CEO and founder of IPV Consulting working with companies to address organizational dysfunction getting to the root of human behavior using cognitive training methods. Michelle Steffes brings insight, information, and inspiration to this episode, to help us all reach greatness.“If you go into a bank and you want to borrow money, they’re going to require a business plan. Why in the world do we think that we can just fly by the seat of our pants when it comes to accomplishing big dreams?” - Michelle Steffes on preparing for greatness Want to Become a Powerful Storyteller? Set Goals and Write them DownMichelle helps her clients achieve success through coaching, specifically coaching clients to set goals. You can start with 5 year goals, then break those down into achievable, measurable goals. The key, says Michelle, is to physically write them down. Get a pen, get paper (or use a whiteboard), and truly write the goals out. Michelle referenced Brian Tracy, saying that writing goals down fires neurons and increases the chances of you hitting them by 1,000%. But only about 3% of the population takes time to do this on a consistent basis.This even works with simple goals like home projects. Michelle does this each year, and one year lost the list. When she found it 3 months later, she was surprised.“Everything was done! And that’s because I wrote it down. When you write it down it mirrors the neurons.” – Michelle Steffes on the power of writing down your goalsWhy Routine Drives Success and InspirationMichelle says one major key to finding inspiration for her writing, her podcast, and her speaking is her routine. Michelle wakes up around 4:30 each morning for her “power hour” where she’s inspiring, empowering, educating herself for 90 minutes to set herself up for success that day, that week, that month, and beyond. “I can live at my highest. It has paid off again and again and again.” – Michelle Steffes on morning routinesConnect with Michelle:Michelle’s Website IPV Consulting LinkedIn Twitter FacebookMichelle’s podcast Your Journey to Greatness Through RoutineIf you liked the show, please consider sharing this podcast with your friends, family and network. Your stamp of approval is more valuable than anything I can offer to your network. I appreciate your sharing! Also, leaving a review (and rating) helps spread the word. And just makes me feel warm and squishy.  The Storytellers Network with Dan Moyle publishes every Monday at 7 AM EST.
Men in the Movement
Episode of
I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship
Producer and guest host Dan Moyle is joined by Dowagiac Police Chief (and DASAS Board Member) Steve Grinnewald and volunteer Damion Hackworth to explore men's roles in the fight against domestic and sexual abuse. Damion is married to Director of Advocacy Services and regular contributor to I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship Deborah Hackworth. He volunteers often, doing whatever it takes to help forward the mission of Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services. Steve serves on the DASAS Board, volunteers, and has helped bring awareness to his police department. Dan serves on the DASAS Board, helps produce the podcast, and works on promotion and brand awareness/marketing for DASAS. From what they get out of volunteering, to helping change the stigma that "men are the problem" into the idea that men are a solution, these guys offer insight into why they're involved in the DASAS movement. If you need resources or help in any way, call our 24 hour hotline at 800-828-2023 or visit DASAS dot org.
Storytelling with Slam Poetry Artist Ebony Stewart (#85)
Episode of
The Storytellers Network
Poetry to Entertain, Educate and Inspire with Slam Poet Ebony StewartEbony Stewart is an international touring poet – of slam poetry – and performance artist. Her work speaks to the black experience, with emphasis on gender, sexuality, womanhood, and race, with the hopes to be relatable, remove shame, heal minds, encourage dialogue, and inspire folks in marginalized communities.  As one of the most decorated poets in Texas, Ebony is a respected coach & mentor, one of the top touring poets in the country, and a Woman of the World Poetry Slam Champion.She is the author of Love Letters to Balled Fists and Home.Girl.Hood. Her work has been featured in For Harriet, AfroPunk, Teen Vogue, and The Texas Observer. The only poet to perform at the 2018 Seattle Pride Festival before 200,000 people, was Ebony Stewart.“It just so happens that I have been afforded a life where I can write deeply about gender and race and colorism and sex and those things move me because they’re things I know a lot about.” - Ebony Stewart on her story You Can Find Inspiration EverywhereFrom other poets she admires to music to movies in the theater, Ebony finds inspiration everywhere. She takes other art and applies it to how she might tell a story about her childhood, or about her current life. She says you can and should find inspiration that helps you tell your story that’s authentic to yourself. “There are some movies I can’t go see without a notepad… there’s just all these different thoughts happening in my head about the stories I want to tell.” - Ebony Stewart on finding inspiration everywhere The Creation vs. the PerformanceWhen I asked Ebony whether she likes the writing or the performing of a story - a poem - better, she had the chance to explore what that really means. For Ebony, writing is the private part of the creation, while performing is public. Writing is sometimes an act of therapy or finding clarity for storytellers. Which means it might not always be ready for public consumption.“I don’t always ‘enjoy’ the writing of the story. Depending on what ti’s about, I haven’t decided whether I’m ready to tell it or not.” - Ebony Stewart on the story platformConnect with Ebony:Ebony’s WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitterIf you liked the show, please consider sharing this podcast with your friends, family and network. Your stamp of approval is more valuable than anything I can offer to your network. I appreciate your sharing! Also, leaving a review (and rating) helps spread the word. And just makes me feel warm and squishy.  The Storytellers Network with Dan Moyle publishes every Monday at 7 AM EST.
Survivor Story: Rick Huttner, Author of Resilient People
Episode of
I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship
Rick Huttner lived through childhood abuse, and has turned his story into a book, hoping to help victims of abuse. Resilient People: A Journey from Childhood Abuse to Healing and Love aims to help victims take back control, learn to love themselves once more, and finally be free. One of our producers, Dan Moyle, sat down to talk with Rick about his story, his book, and his mission. You can buy Rick's book here: Resilient People: A Journey from Childhood Abuse to Healing and Love. If you were abused as a child, the psychological damage can be considerable. Feelings of worthlessness, helplessness, and shame can persist well into adulthood, seriously impacting your personal and professional life. For fifty years, Rick Huttner suffered from the negative effects of physical and sexual childhood abuse. He wants you to know you're not alone--and that it's never too late to heal. In Resilient People, Rick shares the inspiring story of his journey through the recovery process. He offers valuable insights and compassionate guidance on everything from finding the right therapy to changing negative thought patterns, empowering other abuse survivors to discover their own pathways to emotional well-being. No matter what you endured in your childhood, you can live a happier, more productive adult life. This book will help you take back control, learn to love yourself once more, and finally be free.     If you need resources or help in any way, call our 24 hour hotline at 800-828-2023 or visit DASAS dot org.
Audio Drama Podcaster Sarah Rhea Werner - Girl In Space (#84)
Episode of
The Storytellers Network
Storytelling with Writer, Podcaster Sarah Rhea WernerSarah Rhea Werner is a professional podcaster, writer, editor, coach, speaker, voice actor, ghostwriter, a contributor to Forbes, founder of the Write Now podcast, and TEDx speaker. She’s also the writer, editor, and executive producer of the hit audio drama Girl In Space. Sarah is an up and coming entertainment storyteller and huge supporter of audio dramas – fictional podcasts that tell a story and entertain. For Sarah, creating stories for others to enjoy is all about finding her inspiration from her community.“The inspiration comes from other people. Inspiration for characters, inspiration to keep going. The community keeps you invested in what you’re doing. It seems like a solo project, but it’s not.” - Sarah Rhea Werner on story inspiration Marketing Your StoryFor any storyteller, and creator, there’s a battle between creating and then getting that story “out there.” Marketing oftentimes isn’t a storyteller’s priority or strongest skill. Sarah says it starts with giving yourself permission to take the time to create. Then it’s about entering the community in which you want to tell your story. A great piece of tactical advice Sarah shared is how to share your projects in social media. She suggests using the 80/20 rule. Whatever you’re sharing online, share your own stuff about 20% of the time. For the other 80 of the time, you’re adding value beyond your “own stuff.” Share other storytellers’ stories. Share podcasts you love. Share the latest book you’re reading. Then mix in your own only once for every 5 other things you share.“That’s how you build actual community. It’s by adding value. I’ve seen the largest boost on my show when I share other people’s shows. It’s a great way to keep the community building itself.” - Sarah Rhea Werner on marketing your storyTwo Lessons for Aspiring WritersSarah shared two lessons for aspiring writers in our conversation. She recalled the time in her career when she worked for a marketing company. Sarah would look over Instagram, seeing writers she followed posting serene photos on themselves in a coffee shop “writing” with their beautiful vase of flowers and their fancy latte art. At the time she pined over the pics, wishing she had that. Now as an independent writer and creator of podcasts, she has that freedom and that life. And she realizes that it’s work. It’s not just posting photos on social media - it’s actually showing up everyday and making the story happen.Lesson 1: Don’t compare yourself to others. You don’t know their story, and you’re only seeing a single highlight. Make your own path.Lesson 2: Be willing to work hard. “This is me digging around in my own head and picking out the splinters that I need to tell the story. It’s work, but it’s work that I love.” - Sarah Rhea Werner on being a writer Connect with Sarah:Sarah’s WebsiteSarah on TwitterSarah on ForbesLinkedInFacebookWrite Now Podcast (Apple Podcasts)Girl In Space Podcast (Apple Podcasts)Sarah’s Coffee Break Episode with Paul SatingIf you liked the show, please consider sharing this podcast with your friends, family and network. Your stamp of approval is more valuable than anything I can offer to your network. I appreciate your sharing! Also, leaving a review (and rating) helps spread the word. And just makes me feel warm and squishy.  The Storytellers Network with Dan Moyle publishes every Monday at 7 AM EST.
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Birthdate
May 11th, 1977
Location
Kalamazoo, MI, USA
Episode Count
138
Podcast Count
32
Total Airtime
3 days, 21 hours