Where do messages come from and are they always an original thought? Most likely not, according to those who subscribe to the “Original Thought Theory” which suggests that anything anyone can ever think of has already been thought by someone else or will be done so by someone in the future, i.e. no thought is original.
That being said, “messages” could be formed through experiences and ideas and the culmination of something that could be marketable, such as a book, a song, or a piece of art; an expression of one’s thoughts.
Through these avenues the message travels, but how far can it possibly go? Some may sit on their thoughts and messages, keeping to themselves, others wish to share them with the world. There are all types of messengers, whether teachers in academia, religious leaders, or perhaps, a someone willing to break out of what’s been normal for them and seek another path to share their ideas.
Many become famous because of the sharing process, but what sets them apart? The audience!
People are educated and entertained in a variety of ways, and learning is not often something brought to the doorstep, but something that is sought after by the individual. Whether in a theater, book store, or college campus, the venues for learning are immense.
Jillian Maas Backman will talk about how to contribute the “messages” we are given, especially if one is tuned into their soul work as described in her book, Beyond the Pews: Breaking with Tradition and Letting go of Religious Lockdown. Jillian’s message has been captured in the book, and anyone can delve into the many lessons she shares. She’s had the opportunity to speak at several colleges and universities, an audience that is ripened for her message, an age group that is on one hand losing their childhood intuition, and on the other, learning to hone their intellect.
Who’s listening to your message, or buying your information, your song, your art? Your message won’t change, but your audience can!
Change Already! with Jillian Maas Backman: Who’s Listening to the Message?
Jillian Maas Backman is available for individual and group consultations, as well as internet and telephone meetings. To schedule time with Jillian refer to her website for availability, locations and pricing. JillianMaasBackman.Com To schedule Jillian to speak at your next event, contact ImaginePublicity, Tel: 843-808-0859 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org