Sharing Authentic Stories: This Middle-Aged Black Woman’s Path to Digital Expression

This month, I am expanding beyond Medium and LinkedIn to include YouTube and Substack. Although I am a bit nervous, I am jumping in!

K. Joseph
2 min readSep 3


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As a middle-aged black woman venturing into the digital realm of creative nonfiction, I am embracing vulnerability and exploring diverse avenues for sharing my stories.

1️⃣ I am turning my professional network into an eager audience for genuine stories on LinkedIn.

🧜‍♀️🧜‍♀️ Medium will be my core canvas, allowing me to craft beautifully penned pieces that resonate with readers worldwide.

🇳‌🇪‌🇼‌ 🇦‌🇻‌🇪‌🇳‌🇺‌🇪‌Substack is the new avenue where all the outlets can be shared with a new group of fans. I also have a podcast🎙▶ here. While you commute — listen to my stories!

𝔀ₒᵣₖ/ₚₗₐᵧ 𝓭ₒᵤ𝑔ₕ Then comes YouTube: ONE THOUSAND SUBSCRIBERS WANTED for the place where my voice finally found its visual expression, bridging the gap between words and emotions.

And ★★★★★ Instagram! Just a play where I have fun with my fans and share stories that move me and might tough you too!

𝐉ⱺ𝗂𐓣 𝐌𝖾 𝐄𝐕𝐄𝐑𝐘𝐖𝐇𝐄𝐑𝐄! Through each platform, I fearlessly confront new technologies, revealing my journey and embracing the power of storytelling.

Join me as I explore the limitless possibilities of creative expression.

Photo by Alexander Grey on Unsplash



K. Joseph

Change management leader sharing ideas and experiences that may help you navigate the world of work with your fellow humans.