Call for Speakers: Work/Money

The New Narrative is currently soliciting speakers for our next major event on the theme of Work/Money If you feel you have a story to share we’d love to hear from you.


In America, it’s imperative to have a source of income, typically as a job or career. Money is necessary to pay rent, buy food, and maintain even the most basic of leisure and lifestyles.

Some of us enjoy what we do for work, feel it aligns with our values, or at the very least that the paycheck is enough to justify the frustrations or misalignments that our work brings. Others of us struggle to find meaning in our employments, suffer through them every work day, and feel like we’re sacrificing too much for a paycheck.

What do we want our relationship with Work and Money to be in the New Narrative? What set of mindsets do we need to inhabit to create a healthy society that serves all communities? Can we be prosperous while sticking to our values? If not, how much of a sacrifice are we willing to make? Can we work within the current system or is it time to “burn it all down?”

The New Narrative is currently soliciting speakers for our next major event on the theme of Work/Money. If you have a story to share, we’d love to hear from you.

Like all our events, we break the primary theme down into three sub themes to help give better perspective on the types of stories we’re looking for. The sub themes for Work/Money are going to be Power, Identity, and Perception.

More information on Work/Money and the planned sub themes can be read here. Info on what we generally look for in a speaker is available here.

If you’d like to submit your story idea for the event please fill out the form on the link below. Please pass this along to anybody else who you think would make a good speaker too.