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Diane F. Wyzga | Quarter Moon Story Arts


Diane F. Wyzga on self-leadership and storytelling

Remember the first time you rode a bike and took your hands off the handlebars?

And then because it felt fun and daring you did it again – and again – riding down a hill with the wind in your face, arms up over your head screaming, “Look, ma! No hands!”

You showed up. You did it.

The arc of Diane Wyzga’s professional career stretches from working as a US Navy officer, nurse, corporate businesswoman, platform storyteller, lawyer, educator, and litigation consultant to becoming a communication collaborator, story artist and podcaster.

She was lucky enough to backpack across much of Europe, scuba dive the Continental Shelf, fly a plane, parachute out of a perfectly good plane, walk the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, and so much more.

Over her lifetime she’s been letting go of the handlebars but – just as often – having her fingers pried off when she was most afraid.

At some of the darkest moments in her life where the true way was wholly lost to her, a person or opportunity beckoned and she said “Yes!” That’s the place where her story changed.

Today Diane coaches professional women to confidently convey what they mean to say.


With her proprietary Engaged Storyism® Method she collaborates with her clients.

Together you strategize the best story to serve your aims.

Whether you’re feeling uncertain about how to identify, shape and effectively convey your personal or professional story, your vision, your message, or something else, Diane can guide you to being seen, heard, understood, and listened to.

If you want to advance your business, create clarity in life choices, produce effective results from your ideas and more she can help you arrive at your goal.

You will communicate with clarity in your one, true, powerfully authentic voice.

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Diane's Favourites Celebrating Nature


Trees of Life by Steve Schuch

‘The Forest Is A Wonderful Place’ by Steve Schuch (click on image to listen)


‘This Moment in Time’ by Steve Schuch


Also mentioned:

The Book Of Hope by Jane Goodall



‘A Walk In The Woods’ directed by Ken Kwapis

Also mentioned:


‘The Way’ directed by Emilio Estevez

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