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BRIDGET COOK-BURCH

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BRIDGET COOK-BURCH

I have been a lover of the written word since before I can remember. Truth be told,
I paid more library fines than should be humanly possible.

Raised by two amazing intellectuals with huge hearts, I learned the power of words in relationships, history, debate, politics, and spiritual curiosity. Because of their encouragement, I became well-educated. Still, on my own, I made a lot of dumb decisions.

In my early 20s, a near-death experience changed my life, and my focus. It presented to me the craziest juxtaposition of light in the darkest places.

I learned the human soul has the capacity for so much more than we give it credit for--and that people can change their stories.

I discovered if you change your story, you change your life. That's how I changed mine.

Since then, I have been writing people’s stories, which has taken me on a whirlwind tour of this gorgeous and amazing planet, meeting so many of our people--black, white, and every color in between; rich, poor, famous, and infamous.

I’ve been collecting stories in my heart, on paper, in my keynotes, and even my trainings for the boardroom and the prison.

Stories for me, are that powerful.

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