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“One of the most important commodities in our industry is truth.” In a world where almost everyone’s personal struggle revolves around the approval from others, it’s always been easier to say what we think people want to hear instead of what things actually are.
Brand and business storytelling is all of the rage today. And for good reason. It works.
But while most storytelling experts tell you to tell stories, these six content marketing and communications leaders will show you how.
This week’s show previews the latest storytelling tips and techniques you’ll learn from leading brand and business storytellers who are coming together for STORYco, a FREE storytelling conference on October 25, 2018 at the historic downtown Los Angeles Theatre Center. (more…)
The primaries are approaching and we’re inundated with the typical screeching political attack ads. But a surprising thing happens when you replace vitriol with ingenious storytelling. People take notice. And in this rare case, laugh.
40 years back, Forever Living was a scrappy startup operating from a garage. Today, it is a multi-billion dollar organization with a presence in 150 plus countries.
Their success can be attributed, in no small way to their genius brand storytelling prowess. (more…)
Whether you are a multi-billion dollar business or a brave little startup, the struggle to connect with your audience is a difficult and often, unsuccessful one.
Presenting your brand story through a narrative lens will help facilitate effective translation, allowing you to reach your target audience. (more…)
As I’ve learned from my associates at Anecdote, character trumps credentials every time when you are trying to connect with people. But when looking for a job or reinventing a career, we often make the mistake of leading with our resumes rather than our personalities.
After 15 years as a communications executive with a multi-national mining firm and ready to make a change, Jennifer Russo realized that her powerful resume is just the cost of entry into being considered for the high-level job she was seeking. If she’s going to be successful landing the position that will help define her legacy, she needed to clarify her own brand story. (more…)
In 2005, Clinica Adelante was an organization struggling to stay afloat. Today, they are a 500 employee-strong community health center serving more than 75,000 patients every year.
What makes this transformation even more amazing is that they have achieved this without losing sight of their noble philosophy of providing affordable healthcare for all. (more…)
Word of mouth marketing is incredibly effective – if done the right way.
A talk trigger or story starter is a tool that can be used by businesses to carve a distinct brand identity via powerful word of mouth marketing. (more…)
The most powerful way to connect with your people and move them to action is by engaging them in a well-told story. But few people realize that great storytelling actually starts with listening.
How does a customer experience your brand? Do they leave an interaction feeling enlightened and empowered? Or do they leave feeling disconnected and disenfranchised?