Here are 3 ways to get the most insights from this article: Read it through once as is.Read it through again, and substitute the word "storytelling" for the word "journalism".Read it through a third time, and substitute the word "marketing" for the word "journalism".
Enjoy the read and let's create more engagement!
Sure, people have great enthusiasm to become great storytellers in their business, or as a leader, or to change the world. Yet becoming a great storyteller requires practice -- i.e. telling stories a lot.
Most people start practicing and then stop, never achieving their dreams. Why? Because of what Glass talks about in this quick video.
Watch this piece, pay attention, and don't stop practicing when you hit this road bump.
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- Just Story It -- share your stories, grow your businessOwner, present
- National Storytelling NetworkExecutive Director, 2006 - 2008
- Polaris Associates, Inc.Owner, 1995 - 2005
I wrote the forward and contributed to the book Wake Me Up When The Data Is Over: How Organizations Use Stories to Drive Results. I've also written tons of other articles. I excel in creating practical story tools for business to use, and have developed plenty.
Everyone has inspiring stories. I look forward to hearing yours :)
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