Kindra Hall has more than 20 years’ experience as an award-winning storyteller. Her stories have appeared in national publications like SUCCESS Magazine and events like the prestigious National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee. As the Director of Marketing and Vice President of Sales for a large privately held company, Kindra quickly realized the impact strategically told stories had on both revenue and team morale. Kindra’s unique storytelling background brings a fresh perspective to corporate events, sales meetings and leadership conferences whose audiences are seeking a competitive edge and professional growth.
As a keynote speaker, Kindra is known for her innovative approach to closing more sales, building bigger brands and becoming better leaders through strategic storytelling. Kindra empowers audiences to use the irresistible power of storytelling to capture attention and connect in a distracted marketplace. She regularly ranks as the highest speaker for content, relevance, and overall experience. Beyond the stage, Kindra serves as a personal resource for top brands, thought leaders, and nonprofit organizations to help them use stories to their advantage.
Kindra is the creator of the Advanced Storytelling Training Program. A two-manual, four DVD curriculum that walks users through a foolproof, blueprinted process of finding and crafting their stories for professional and personal purposes. She was a collaborating author on the book “The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster” by New York Times bestselling author, Darren Hardy. The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster is celebrated for its exceptional storytelling and acclaimed by the nation’s top entrepreneurs including Donald Trump, Tony Robbins, Maria Shriver, Daymond John, Tony Hsieh and Seth Godin. Kindra is an award-winning columnist for her local Phoenix paper where she is often compared to fellow Arizonan, the great Erma Bombeck. Kindra also has a book of her own stories, “Otherwise Untold, A Collection of Stories Most People Would Keep to Themselves.” The book is acclaimed by Chicken Soup for the Soul authors Mark and Chrissy Donnelly, NPR contributor Kevin Kling and was awarded the 2014 Storytelling World Award.
Kindra graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN and completed her Masters Degree at New Mexico State University. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband, young son and daughter. When she is not traveling around the world speaking, Kindra can usually be found at spin class or at home with the family. And while she’ll never win a bake sale—she’s a welcomed guest-reader in her kids’ preschool classes.
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