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Take 5

Thanks to MyLinda Butterworth, Buck Creacy & Granny Sue, "Take 5" is for tellers who want take time to do 5 things to advance their storytelling career each day. This method is also highlighted in Success Principles by Jack Canfield.

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Latest Activity: Sep 24, 2012

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My Annual Story Business Review 2 Replies

Every major company in the world periodically stops to review their efforts.1. Review all my websites for:A. Content, branding, feel, effectivenessB. ease of use, traffic2. Review postcards for…Continue

Started by Don 'Buck P' Creacy. Last reply by Don 'Buck P' Creacy Sep 24, 2012.

Five things to help my newsletter

1.  Review the format... is it easy to read... is it branded... is it scan-able?2. review my address list... is it current... clean it up... keep it fresh.3.  Plan several months ahead, using the…Continue

Tags: Parents

Started by Don 'Buck P' Creacy Jul 10, 2012.

Take Five: Read this Book Platform by Michael Hyatt

Note to Self:Review all my web sites:  www.buckpcreacy.com, www.aslanstudioproductions.com, plus radio…Continue

Started by Don 'Buck P' Creacy Jul 7, 2012.

"A World of Storytelling" Radio Station

Does this count as a resource you can use?  The world's first 24/7/365 Internet Radio Station for Storytellers.  You can be on the radio, you can have equal footing, you can point your friends and…Continue

Tags: storytelling, storyteller, development, professional

Started by Don 'Buck P' Creacy Aug 18, 2011.

5/11/11 Tax Time, Conference Planning and a whole lot of work to do.

  So here is my Five Things, gotta keep it shortreviewed my marketing planworked on posters and brochuresresearched media outlets for news releasesworked on news releasesarranged video shots for…Continue

Started by Don 'Buck P' Creacy Apr 11, 2011.

TAKING 5 1 Reply

1. ADDING NUMBERS2. SUBTRACTING NUMBERS3. ERASING NUMBERS4. SPITTING NUMBERS5. DOING TAXES!!!!!!!Continue

Started by MARY JO HUFF. Last reply by Carolyn Stearns Mar 2, 2009.

Take Five, little by little things get done 1 Reply

1. Worked on two new accounts for CD Production, starting the process with the customers.2. Checked out all the new stuff on PS and joined a new group "one sentence stories" Maybe that will help me…Continue

Tags: Storyteller, Storytelling, Creacy, P, Five

Started by Don 'Buck P' Creacy. Last reply by Carolyn Stearns Jan 30, 2009.

Jumping back on the Storytelling Bronco Sunday, Jan 11, 2009

I got off the horse for a few weeks there. I'm climbing back on.1. wrote article and submitted it.2. sent email in search of pictures.3. found address for Monday workshop and got ready for it.4.…Continue

Started by Rivka Willick Jan 11, 2009.

Take 5 for the New Year

1. Be sure to update all online accounts weekly at least; Facebook, Myspace, Linked In, Twitter, Slideshare, Professional Storyteller,my bookshelf and my website2. manage my business book, contracts…Continue

Tags: research, story, accounts, online, plan

Started by Carolyn Stearns Dec 29, 2008.

Take Five, little by little things get done

1. Sat quietly and did some dreaming2. Wrote a new blog for PS3. Reviewed Bruce Walker's stories and prepared some notes for a phone conversation later today4. Looked at the calendar and known…Continue

Tags: Storytelling, Storyteller, Buck, five, take

Started by Don 'Buck P' Creacy Sep 10, 2008.

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Comment by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on March 25, 2008 at 9:14pm
LoiS:

The idea is to give other tellers ideas about what goes on in a typical day to market yourself and conduct the biz of being a storyteller. Not everyone will post every day but it will be cool to see what other storytellers do with their time. We are here to inspire each other. Can you imagine what it would be like if it were called Take 20?!!! hahaha

Warmly,
Dianne
Comment by Rene' Sheets on March 25, 2008 at 2:27pm
Thanks for the invite. Today I:
1. Studied a story,
2. story boarded a story
3. practiced a story
4. got a Swiss song translated into English
5. shared my storyboard story with a friend.
Comment by Wright Clarkson - StoryGuy on March 25, 2008 at 1:22pm
Hi, again, Dianne,

Thanks for another invitation to invest in growing my business.

Wright
Comment by Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) on March 25, 2008 at 11:50am
Hey if all 10 (& I'm sure that # will grow) report our 5 back, that becomes 50 & ...
Feels like the story of the King's Chessboard.
Will this bury us?
Comment by Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) on March 25, 2008 at 11:49am
Was reading those Take 5 blogs prior to this & telling myself I should do this.
Sheesh! This ought to get me off PS for a bit.
Do we get to count studying tips on PS?!?
I also have been working daily on practicing the music for this summer's program -- gotta keep my guitar fingers up to the job & learn it all. There's so much more work involved whenever I add music! Still I like stretching myself that way.
O.k. on to 3 more -- if those 2 qualify. Sometimes I feel like a sponge soaking up all I can from fellow storytellers.
Comment by Don 'Buck P' Creacy on March 25, 2008 at 6:20am
I thought the very best place in the world for this inspirational video link is right here.

http://www.just212.com/video/index.aspx
Comment by Don 'Buck P' Creacy on March 25, 2008 at 4:32am
One immediate benefit... of using this site... it gathers all that activity and serves to show others what they "could" do for themselves and their business... Hurray... Dianne... good idea!
Comment by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on March 25, 2008 at 1:49am
Sean,

Just five will keep it manageable for those reading! We all know you do 25 a day, you over-achiever, you!! You always keep me laughing. And yes, I love your blogs!! You're a vet - you don't need a "Take 5" program but there are those who could use the extra push.

Warmly,
Dianne
Comment by K. Sean Buvala on March 25, 2008 at 1:07am
Actually, the idea predates this Ning. Come follow along with me at http://www.2008pics.com. Just five? You mean I can slow down?
 

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