Episode #040: Sean Mosley, Spillit storyteller / podcaster

Sean Mosley hails from Michigan, came to Memphis for family, and later discovered Spillit Memphis. Through stage storytelling he’s grown in a way that’s introduced a new perspective for his experiences in life. It’s that opportunity to share a part of himself through storytelling and taking away that same element from others that can be a catalyst. Listen as Sean explains those moments.

Spillit Story Grand Slam 2015: M-E-M-P-H-I-S
Friday, November 20 at 7:00pm
Location: Crosstown Strip

Suggested episodes – Ep29 Leah Keys, Ep04 Josh Campbell


It’s the GRAND SLAM of 2015!!! Winners from each Spillit Story Slam from 2015 take the stage to share their six minute Memphis themed story and compete for the title of Spillit Grand Master Storyteller of Memphis, 2015.

The stellar lineup of storytellers include:
Elaine Blanchard
Fitz Dearmore
Sarla Nichols
Kyle Statham
Floyd Brummett
Paul Arnett
Sean Mosley
Sarah Glaser

$10 Admission is paid at the door. No advance tickets.
Doors at 6:30, Stories at 7:00.


Billy: Live what you love. – Jo Deurbrouck
Andrew: The power of imagination makes us infinite. – John Muir

Don’t get me wrong, I like food to taste good, but food is food just like air is air @sean

My favorite food is sandwiches #everythingisasandwich #icecreamsandwiches @sean

Not all my stories are funny. I think some of the best ones are scary, or heartfelt @sean

Spillit really opened up another part of me that I didn’t know was there @sean

Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you have to do that thing for the rest of your life @sean

Would anybody miss you if you stop doing what you’re doing? @witzcreative

I just want to be myself. So what that I preach, so what that I gave a sermon @sean

Story telling allows you to see a part of somebody elses life @sean

other people have their own lives and their own experiences that won’t always line up with your own @sean

Can’t I just worry about myself, why do I have to worry about all these other people @sean

Telling somebody they’re going hell, that’s not helping anybody @sean

I believe that your life is made up of your experiences. When you tell somebody a story you’re giving a piece of yourself to someone else @sean

People remember your story more than they can remember your name @sean

Storytelling has allowed me to connect with people i didn’t normally connect with @sean

You fall in love through your experiences together @sean

If you can give people your stories, people will be more attached to you @sean

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