THINK Business: Jon Dwoskin Interviews Lynne Golodner, Chief Creative Officer/Owner of Your People LLC
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Being Yourself and Creating Human Connection in Business

Lynne Meredith Golodner ( is an award-winning author and entrepreneur with thousands of articles and eight books to her credit, including The Flavors of Faith: Holy Breads (2013). Her boutique public relations firm, Your People LLC ( coordinates storytelling, relationships and higher purpose as the keys to building organizational success. In 2016, Lynne formed One Earth Writing (, a 501c3 public charity that brings teens together across racial, religious and socioeconomic divides to find common ground through writing. A Fulbright Specialist with a three year-term beginning April 2017, Lynne is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Goddard College; she lives in Huntington Woods, Michigan with her husband and four children.


Show Notes:

In this episode, Jon and Lynne Golodner discuss:
  • About Lynne Golodner
  • How to be yourself at work without being fired
  • How journalistic storytelling can help build your brand
  • The importance of consistency


 Key Takeaways:

  • Your personal branding can help customers connect with you on a personal level.
  • Human interaction can help bring clients in.
  • You have to captivate your audience and pull them in pretty quickly.
  • When stuck in a 24/7-go mentality, it’s important to slow down and savor every moment once in a while.


“Storytelling gives us an opportunity to slow down and savor the moment and be present a little bit more.” —  Lynne Golodner


Connect with Jon Dwoskin:

Twitter: @jdwoskin
Get Jon’s Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big!


Connect with Lynne Golodner:
Twitter:  @YourPeople



Show notes by podcastologist: Britnie Leverett


Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You’re the expert. Your podcast will prove it.


*E – explicit language may be used in this podcast.