Share with me your story and I’ll share with you a piece of who you are.

Share with me about the time you got jumped by a gang and woke up with someone else’s teeth in your closed fist…I’ll share with you the words that got you to the other side: “Just close your eyes and swing.”

Tell me your kryptonite and I’ll tell you your superpower.

Tell me about the day you learned your birth was the family secret...I’ll tell you how your life has become the pillar in which you stand for other people’s truth.

Show me your darkness and I’ll show you your light.

Show me the scars from the nights when your father came home drunk; smashing your head into a mirror...I’ll show you the depth of compassion you have for this broken world and the safety you’ve become for your own precious children.

Hand me your fears and I’ll hand you your courage.

Hand me the bullies that taught you to shame your beautiful self and the teacher who challenged you to stand on a stage to recite the poetry of Nikki Giovanni…I’ll hand you a person who knows how to challenge others by teaching them how to rescue themselves. I am so perfect, so divine, so ethereal, so surreal, I cannot be comprehended except by my permission.

Tell me your story and I’ll show
you a hero.


Share with me your story and I’ll share with you a piece of who you are.

Share with me about the time you got jumped by a gang and woke up with someone else’s teeth in your closed fist…I’ll share with you the words that got you to the other side: “Just close your eyes and swing.”

Tell me your kryptonite and I’ll tell you your superpower.

Tell me about the day you learned your birth was the family secret...I’ll tell you how your life has become the pillar in which you stand for other people’s truth.

Show me your darkness and I’ll show you your light.

Show me the scars from the nights when your father came home drunk; smashing your head into a mirror...I’ll show you the depth of compassion you have for this broken world and the safety you’ve become for your own precious children.

Hand me your fears and I’ll hand you your courage.

Hand me the bullies that taught you to shame your beautiful self and the teacher who challenged you to stand on a stage to recite the poetry of Nikki Giovanni…I’ll hand you a person who knows how to challenge others by teaching them how to rescue themselves. I am so perfect, so divine, so ethereal, so surreal, I cannot be comprehended except by my permission.

Tell me your story and I’ll show you a hero.


~ Foo Fighters

There goes my hero

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watch him as he goes.

    “In the end, we'll all become stories.

~ Margaret Atwood

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Genevieve first discovered her love of writing back when she would send letters home from summer camp. She would find herself lost in the scenery and language and while her campmates sent less than a paragraph on a postcard, she sent seven-page narratives describing everything from the weather to the cute boy that was slowly stealing her heart. And so it happened, right there, under a canvas tent in the woods, a writer was born.

In 2015, Gen published her first memoir, Her Own Wild Winds, in September of 2016, which was a lesson in taking her storytelling skills inward and allowing herself to be the hero for the first time. The publication of her book not only opened a door to a variety of exciting writing opportunities, but also to the creation of an online community that shares her belief in vulnerability and the transformative power of storytelling.

In 2019, Gen released her second book, ‘Solace: A Journal of Human Experience.' Solace found its way onto the Amazon #1 Bestseller list in three different categories and four months after its publication, was named 2020 Book of Year for the Ottawa Faces Magazine Awards. Her has been featured in publications such The Good Mother Project, Oprah.com, Simplify Magazine, Her View From Home, Wedding Bells Magazine, The Huffington Post, Real Leaders Magazine and The Good Men Project.

Gen is now an Executive Editor with Round Table Companies where she specializes in Brand Storytelling and the Story Hero Curriculum. Gen has a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from the University of Ottawa / Université d'Ottawa and lives in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Genevieve Georget

Over the past 15 years, Corey Blake has led Round Table Companies, a storytelling company that helps CEOs, businesses, and thought leaders, to find, tell, and amplify their story through books, graphic novels, documentary and animated films, art installations, TEDx talks, and more.

Prior to RTC, Corey worked as an actor in Los Angeles, starring in one fo the 50 greatest Super commercials of all time ("Mountain Dew Bohemian Rhapsody") and in campaigns for American Express, Miller Beer, Mitsubishi, Wrigley's Gum, Hasbro, and other name brands.

Corey has been featured on the cover of the Wall Street Journal and his work in storytelling has been quoted/featured in the New York Times, USA Today, and Inc., Forbes, and Wired magazines. His work in publishing has yielded 16 independent publisher awards. His articles have been published in Writer magazine, CEOWORLD magazine, Thrive Global, and in FastCompany and Forbes. He is the creator of the Vulnerability Wall-whose clients include Microsoft, ADP, Marketo, and Workday-and the Vulnerability is Sexy (TM) card game. His recent animated short, "We Heard You," has been viewed more than 2.5 million times.

Corey Blake

Meet Your Instructors

The Story Hero is a 8-week online course dedicated to helping others to reclaim a version of their story that empowers them, releases them from past self-judgment, and invites them to step into a more powerful and whole version of themselves. This curriculum takes an in-depth look at specific storytelling techniques needed to both capture and share your own great story.

Within a class of up to 20 participants, you will delve into a diverse selection of storytelling coursework, materials, and educational content. The Story Hero course combines step-by-step instructional videos, written articles, tip sheets, clips from films and other video media, discussion threads, practice exercises, weekly tests and journaling prompts, as well as live workshops with your peers. Work through each week’s assignments and materials at your own pace as you discover the impact of your own heroic nature.

By learning how to shift perspectives and visualizing yourself as the hero of your journey, you will be supported in leaning into profound vulnerability, witnessing the sacredness of other people’s stories, and ultimately, uncovering the rich details that bring your story to life in this experiential and interactive storytelling course.


Welcome to The Story Hero

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