As the bird calls behind his voice in this episode imply, Vincent Stanley has a keen eye to environmental sustainability, a unique approach to storytelling, and has been with Patagonia since its inception. (more…)
The Business of Story Podcast with Host Park Howell
Hosted by Park Howell, known as the world’s most industrious storyteller, the Business of Story is ranked among the top 10% of downloaded podcasts internationally.
The goal of the show is to help sales and marketing leaders excel through the stories they tell. Each episode brings you the brightest storytelling content creators, advertising creatives, authors, screenwriters, makers, marketers, and brand raconteurs that show you how to craft and tell compelling stories that sell. #StoryOn!
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How to harness your storytelling superpower
Storytelling is the closest thing to magic that humans have developed. The ability to transfer a thought or emotion from one brain to another, to transfer that through hundreds of generations of people, even once the original story teller is long dead, is an incredibly powerful force. (more…)
On today’s podcast, you will hear how Harvard Ph.D and USC film school grad, Randy Olson, learned his greatest storytelling lesson from Cartman of South Park, and how you can use it, too, in your content marketing. (more…)
Anybody can tell a story. Whether it’s a million-dollar Super Bowl TV Spot, or your child telling you about their day, every person on earth is capable of storytelling. It’s what humans have been doing since we’ve been able to talk. But for your businesses, there are important distinctions that mean the difference between success and failure. Anyone can tell a story, but to rise above the competition you need to tell a great story. (more…)
The best way to excite oxytocin, the neurotransmitter that creates trust, is to have sex, kiss or hug. Neither of these is solid options in the boardroom, during a sales presentation or on stage at a conference. So the next best oxytocin-emitting activity is to tell a story. (more…)
Have you ever wondered how a product can become part of a consumer’s life? What is it that makes a common service into a daily necessity? The answer is simpler than you might think, and the result is a wonderful relationship between the producer and the consumer. Today’s episode examines brand rituals, one of the most important aspects of story marketing. (more…)
How a Story can be Dynamic: Creating Positive Story Loops
What is it that makes a good story? What mechanisms are at play to make an effective narrative tick? Perhaps most important, why would anyone care about my story? Our guest today is a professional in the field of storytelling, and will guide you through a simple storytelling structure that can greatly benefit your brand. If your story brand marketing seems to be lacking, this episode may have what you need to get the story back on track. (more…)
It’s not uncommon for a million dollar advertising campaign to go unnoticed, while a simple home-made YouTube video made in just a few hours can reach over five hundred million views. That must so be infuriating for these companies! You might think a big budget and high-quality production is what gets the best response, but our guest today is living proof that’s not the case! (more…)