"PostSecret Live” is a multi-media presentation by Frank Warren, founder of PostSecret. See the postcards that were banned from the books. Hear the inspiring and funny stories behind the secrets. Share your secret at the microphone. It’s about recognizing something about yourself that you see in others. About courage. Sharing in the joys and fears of others. About finding a deeper sense of authenticity or self discovery.
"We all carry a secret that would break your heart if you just knew what it was. And if we could remember that, there might be more understanding and peace in the world." - Frank Warren
Frank Warren is the most trusted stranger in America. He's creator of the The PostSecret Project, a place where people share their private hopes, desires and fears. A place where the secrets they could not tell their friends and family would be treated with dignity in a non-judgmental way.
The result is PostSecret - a collection of intimately personal and artistic postcards mailed anonymously from individuals worldwide, sharing personal secrets. The PostSecret website has become a phenomenon earning over 450 million visitors, the world's largest advertisement-free blog. The popularity of the project and its impact has earned Warren recognition as one of the top five influential people on the internet by Forbes.
Warren's books have become bestsellers including the New York Times bestseller, PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives, and his work has been featured on USA Today, The Today Show, 20/20, CNN, MSNBC, CBC, NPR, George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight. The PostSecret App hit No. 1 on iTunes.
He has delivered keynote addresses around the world at colleges and universities, mental health conferences and major events.
At times hilarious and heartbreaking, the secrets reflect complex issues that many of us struggle with: intimacy, trust, meaning, humor, and desire.
As an advocate for mental health initiatives & suicide prevention, the National Mental Health Association recognized him with a special award. Warren is a volunteer for and actively involved in the organization Hopeline/1-800-SUICIDE.
"Frank Warren and The PostSecret Project brought great energy [and gave] students a chance to check out new secrets and really think about what secrets mean to us all."
University of South Carolina
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