8.17 Where Things Live

Maybe you might have heard, or perhaps not. Either way, doesn’t matter. To get you caught up, my podcast partner in crime Pj Kwong and I are thrilled to announce our latest venture. The Content Store is a custom, cool and creative agency that puts the client first. We’re focused on content, strategy and storytelling.

I wanted to take this opportunity to put in one place all of the things that I’m up to. I do a lot of things and felt it necessary to make it clear where everything lives on the internet.

The Content Store: If you want to know more about The Content Store, check out our website: contentstore.ca. Want to read the origin story of the agency? Check out this blog on how the whole thing got started: Our Story. Of course, if you are so inclined, like us on Facebook.

Portfolio: this is where everything comes together and probably where you are reading this. Also on this website is information about my podcast, storytelling event and film work. People often ask, “So, what is it exactly that you do?” Check out this short VIDEO. Otherwise, follow me as I make fun of dumb things on Instagram and Twitter @jeffreypauldore and keep up to date on all things writing on my Facebook page.

Storytime with Paul Dore Podcast: Each episode is a short adrenaline shot of a story straight to the mind, heart or sometimes the funny bone, wherever that is located. We’re on summer vacation but will be returning in September for the second season. Visit the website, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, like the Facebook page and follow us on Twitter @openkwongdore.

Stories We Don’t Tell: There are some stories that we get really good at telling, we tell them to our friends, our coworkers, and even strangers at parties. We tell them because they are a part of us, and in doing so they build up our sense of self. There are also stories we don’t tell, maybe because they’re sad, or weird, or just a little too intimate. These truths are just as much a part of who we are, despite being erased from our day-to-day conversation. The Stories We Don’t Tell is a monthly live event and podcast that gives you a window into experiences that are so often left unseen. Keep up to date through our live event Facebook group, Podcast Facebook page, subscribe through iTunes and visit the website.

I think that about covers it. For now.

Paul Dore