Stories of Hope: A Manifesto

I’m really good in a crisis. I can put aside shock and horror and attend to the situation at hand. Need direct pressure on a wound? Check. Want someone calm to call 911. I’m your gal. It’s called compartmentalizing – where you take your feelings or shock and put them in a box – over …

Dawn Dugle’s Writing Portfolio

Relevant Writing & Editing Experience Published Author: The BRAVO! Way: Building a Southern Restaurant Dynasty (Sartoris Literary Group). Insider Secrets for Free Media Attention, marketing e-book released in May 2019. Writing: Professional writer for 28 years, with expertise in television, digital and magazine magazine. Published author of two dozen nationally syndicated feature and news articles …

Keynote Speaker

Dawn Dugle shares her love of storytelling as a keynote speaker. She has spoken to more than 15,000 people about writing content, storytelling as a marketing tool and how to apply storytelling to sales. She conducts training both in-person and virtually and every speech is customized to your needs. (To see examples of Dawn’s speaking …

The BRAVO! Way: Building a Southern Restaurant Dynasty

“Dawn Dugle plows through 25 years of this remarkable partnership and engagingly unfolds for us the Truths behind the success of this restaurant empire.” – Jill Conner Browne, Sweet Potato Queen, TEDx Speaker, Author of 9 books   “The BRAVO! Way is a brutally honest, deep-dive and insiders look into the passion and dedication it …

Contact

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About

Dawn Dugle has been a storyteller ever since she could talk. It could be in her DNA, handed down through the generations of her family. It could be because she grew up in the country and there were only three television stations at the time. (They had to get creative to keep themselves entertained.) She …

Dawn Dugle has been a storyteller ever since she could talk. It could be in her DNA, handed down through the generations of her family. It could be because she grew up in “the country” and there were only three television stations at the time. (They had to get creative to keep themselves entertained.) But …