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Helping companies make their strategy stick with the natural power of stories
Helping companies make their strategy stick with the natural power of stories

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Stories can be used to keep a project’s purpose front-of-mind, ensuring that it stays true to the original intent. Learn how stories can help in this post.
http://www.anecdote.com/2017/02/value-of-stories-project-delivery/

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This post contrasts the price driven approach of souvenir-vendors vs storytelling sales techniques applied by a charity shop. The lesson? No story, no sale.
http://www.anecdote.com/2017/02/storytelling-sales-techniques/

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Read how Paul Costello uses story skills to counter negative stories and overcome racism in his work with government and non-profit agencies.
http://www.anecdote.com/2017/02/story-skills-great-causes/


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Where are some of your story-places – where stories gather to tell themselves? What props do you use to get the stories to flow? Find some ideas here.
http://www.anecdote.com/2017/02/story-places/

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In this post, Shawn Callahan talks about why he tells stories that are easy to retell...
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/sharing-stories-so-can-retold-shawn-callahan

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In many organisations, people are unaware of or don’t understand the business strategy. This is where stories can help...
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/giving-strategy-soul-strategic-stories-mark-schenk

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Selling through storytelling is very effective. This article explores the vineyards of the Yarra Valley, where stories are selling wine by the boot-load!
http://www.anecdote.com/2017/01/selling-through-storytelling/


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In 2011 Anecdote launched TheStoryTest.com to help people develop their ability to spot stories. Now armed with 6 years of data, we present the insights here.
http://www.anecdote.com/2017/01/storytelling-skills-around-the-world/

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A business story is not a business story unless it has a point. And not only do you need a point but you need to keep to the point!
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/keeping-point-your-business-storytelling-shawn-callahan

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The old saying goes "practice makes perfect", the same goes for business storytelling:
http://www.first5000.com.au/blog/how-to-practice-storytelling-while-getting-real-work-done
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