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We're big fans of TED Talks. These talks have inspired many interesting conversations among our friends and family. Storytelling is a very powerful and provacative way to inspire the human spirit.
Last Friday, October 11, 2013, our very own Lori Guth Moffett had the opportunity to speak at TEDx Columbus. She gave the talk of her lifetime called, The Power of Touch. Inspired by one man's story she met while working in hospice.It was a holy moment.
Lori will share what she learned and how she grew from this once in a lifetime opportunity.
From the beginning of time, humans have bonded with each other by sharing stories. Why should it be any different in selling? When sellers listen to buyer's stories and share a piece of themselves, too, connections are formed.
CONNECT! Online Radio for Selling Professionals will focus on how YOU can connect with your buyers through storytelling in this very special broadcast.
Mike Bosworth, international speaker, founder of Solution Selling, and co-author of the best-seller "What Great Salespeople Do: The Science of Selling through Emotional Connection and the Power of Story," will join the broadcast to talk about how best to connect with, inspire and influence your buyers.
Be sure to join us live if you can or to send your questions in advance to your sales coach Deb Calvert at firstname.lastname@example.org so you can seize this rare opportunity to learn from thought leader and sales master Mike Bosworth.
Join guest Chris Yates, Huddle Productions as he shares the secrets to using video production for storytelling. Chris has 20 years of broadcast tv experience while winning 4 Emmy's as a reporter, anchor, producer, editor and videographer. Chris knows what it takes to build an online presence to build an audience.
Join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook using #SocialGeekRadio.
You can follow @chrisyates11, @DebCE and @AKStout18 on Twitter and on Facebook:
Social Geek Radio is sponsored weekly by Saying It Social, LLC and Deb Evans Consulting, LLC.
What role does storytelling have in transforming and igniting innovation within your business? Good stories are memorable, repeatable, and cause an action. We are privileged to have the renowned Jana Memel as our guest this week, who will share how to sell ideas through storytelling and the science behind memory and learning. Jana should know, because she has produced three films that have won Academy Awards and an additional eight that have received Oscar nominations. Other films she has produced, have been nominated and won an Emmy, Writer’s and Director’s Guild Awards, a Humanitas Prize, two CableAce Awards and have received an additional 18 CableAce nominations, including nominations in the Best Series category three years in a row. She has launched the directing careers of America Ferrera, Margaret Cho, Griffin Dunne, Eric McCormack, Rob Lowe, Danny Glover, and Helen Mirren along with over sixty other directors. Please join us as we put Jana in the innovation hot seat this week!
Children's Corner - The Art of Storytelling and Illustration, for children 8-14 .
The workshop is free (because J. L. Kimmel feels that all children should have access to the world literature and access to workshops that generally cost money that their parents cannot afford.)
There will be a prize awarded to the lucky winner of the illustration/story contest of a 50.00 gift certificate, a signed print from The Yawning Rabbit River Chronicle and a signed copy of TYRRC at each location.
Philadelphia Public Library; September 28, 2013; 2:00 PM; Parkway Central Library; 1901 Vine Street; Philadelphia, PA 19103
Catonsville Public Library; September 29th, 2013; 2:00pm; 1100 Frederick Road; Catonsville, Maryland 21228-5092
Owings Mills Public Library; September 30th; 7:00pm; County Campus Metro Centre at Owings Mills; 10302 Grand Central Avenue; Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
Rosedale Public Library; September 30th; 4:00pm; 6105 Kenwood Avenue; Rosedale, Maryland 21237-2097
Jefferson Madison Regional Library; October 2nd; 4:00pm; Gordon Avenue Library; 1500 Gordon Avenue; Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Richmond Public Library; October 5th; 2:00pm; 101 E. Franklin Street; Richmond, VA 23219
Barnes & Noble, Barracks Rd. shopping Center; October 5th 10:30 am; Charlottesville VA
For more information visit: www.tyrrc.com
We have begun to take control of own narratives, telling our stories using whatever tool and digital means is available to us. That act of storytelling interconnects us – creating an imaginary and real social fabric. The storyteller becomes a diplomat, a trickster, an opportunity creator, an entrepreneur, a node for change. How do we tell our stories? How do we help others tell their stories? How do we create opportunities by telling these stories?
Special Guests: Alisa del Tufo of Threshold Collaborative and Peter Rohloff of Wuqu' Kawoq'. Peter is the Medical Director of Maya Health Alliance and Faculty Member in Global Health at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Alisa founded three game changing organizations: Sanctuary for Families, CONNECT and Threshold Collaborative, www.thresholdcollaborative.org. Threshold’s work uses an array of participatory strategies and story gathering to ignite empathy, inclusion, insight and impact, continuing this tradition of innovation. Hosts: Kara Andrade Julie Wiscombe Special guests will also be presenting during The Ashoka Future Forum on May 30-31, 2013 in Washington, DC.
Everyone likes to hear stories. Stories connects us all, adults and children alike. We are wired to enjoy stories. Whenever you hear someone give a talk, you'll always find the speaker tell you several stories. If not, I bet you'll find yourself bored and yawning.
The best stories captivate their audience and can place the listener in a state of psychological "narrative transport". If you have message to tell people, it's always best to tell people a memorable story. Just check out the world of advertising. They are just inundated with stories! Our news today is full of stories!
Every heard the term "mnemonic device?" That's a way to remember things using acronyms and sometimes stories to go with the acronyms.
So please join us Tuesday, April 23rd, at 8pm to tell stories or mnemonic devices that made us remember things or have captivated us as children or even as adults. We'll also share some studies we've found how effectively storytelling has been used to make our message stick.
Sue Hollingsworth (UK), international storyteller and storytelling teacher, shares with us some of her journey over the last 18 years through careers, through stories and through her own healing on the Camino. Sue also comments on growing interest worldwide to share personal stories. Sit back and listen to the stories . . .
#HYPE Is Wrestling Radio #32- StorytellingDate/Time- Sunday, May 26th at 9:30 ESTCall In #646-200-0999Its the reason why we watch the wrestling we watch. We want to be told a story both inside the wrestling ring and out. What makes a good wrestling match? What makes a good wrestling angle? What is being neglected these days? Join Adam "MainMan" Carey as he looks at some of the best told stories in wrestling history and answers these simple questions that sometimes go overlooked!
Nonfiction authors need stories as much as - perhaps more than - fiction authors. But I observe that nonfiction authors tend to be stumped. Sure, some ideas may come from your business conversations, customer success stories, and the like. Broaden your horizens to more possibilities! Lookinf for storytelling ideas? Here's an example from something that happened while I was just "out living my life" h aving fun with a friend. Resources for Storytelling Techniques and Storytelling
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, podcast host and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. We turn marketing-speak into human speak and stories that get results! With this show, we focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS. If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition.
The resurgence in storytelling is a welcome evolution. With the glut of information and content out there, stories are the only way to cut through the morass and marketing noise. Every business must be telling stories today!
Join me Thursday, May 2nd, as we talk about the latest science and research on storytelling.
eCareDiary will interview James Rosenberger, award-winning writer/actor and creator of Audible Therapies, which draws on the power of live storytelling and music to enhance mental and emotional well-being.
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