The Missing Story At Work and How to Tell It

Thanks for attending the conference session! Below, you'll find some great resources to help grow your business storytelling skills!
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Sandra's first story. To watch her second story, scroll to the bottom of the page. 

What's Your Story?

Start with the end in mind. Answer these two questions:
  • What do I want people to say about me when after they've interacted with me? 
  • How do I want them to feel?
Look for ways to elicit this response from your audience. 
When someone asks what your story is, consider the answers to these questions:
  • Why do people interact with me at work? 
  • How do I help them do and feel differently? 
Tell this story and your audience will be riveted. 
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...stop and reflect

The missing story at work is usually the audience's story. The resources above will help you connect with your audience in a fresh way...the Story Design way. 
Rance Greene
Story Designer
Sandra's Second Story
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Sandra spends some time asking herself the questions that help her get to know her audience. The result? A humanized presentation that connects quickly with her audience and motivates them to act on her message. 
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