Oct 24, 2023
In a world that values speed and convenience over depth of connection, the need for meaningful connection remains unfulfilled.
The simple yet profound gesture of writing a handwritten letter can bridge the gap between digital relationships and real connections.
It's a way to reach out, uplift one another, and create a profound impact on people's lives. Handwritten letters are more than just words on paper.
How can reaching out to people help to uplift them? Can we actually build meaningful relationships by sending handwritten letters and notes?
In this episode, I’m joined by keynote speaker and author of Dear Dana: That Time I Went Crazy and Wrote All 580 of My Facebook Friends a Handwritten Letter, Amy Daughters. She shares how writing letters to her Facebook friends helped her become the best version of herself, and how she built connections through this method.
It’s never too late to tell someone that you care. -Amy Daughters
Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode
-Taking a leap of faith
What can come out doing something totally different and unprecedented?
How can being passionate about what we do inspire others?
-There is more than meets the eye
Not everything is as we see on social media and the online world. How do we determine what’s real?
Amy Daughters is a keynote speaker, letter writer, satirist, sports journalist, and author of Dear Dana: That time I went crazy and wrote all 580 of my Facebook friends a handwritten letter and You Cannot Mess This Up: A true story that never happened. She is absolutely convinced that when human beings connect individually in a meaningful way that nothing can separate them.
Follow Amy on Instagram @smokinhotamys
Buy Amy’s book here:
Title: The Amazing Journey of Writing 580 Handwritten Letters: Amy Daughters' Story
Host: Michael J. Maher