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All Blog Posts Tagged 'aesop' (3)

Your Storytelling Marketing: Oyster and Egg

If you are going to succeed in marketing, then you need to know the difference between oysters and eggs.



Do you know this Aesop fable?



"Once a dog was walking along a beach, daydreaming of eggs, his favorite food. As he walked along, he caught site of a small oyster and assumed that this round item, too, was an egg. He gobbled it up. Later that night, as he was troubled by stomach pain, he thought, "I deserve this pain for thinking that every round thing is an… Continue

Added by Sean Buvala on October 20, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Video: Gestures for Storytelling and Public Speaking

Here's a brand new, eight-minute video on using gestures in storytelling and public speaking skills. We are thinking about making a series of storytelling techniques videos. Storytelling for teens? Storytelling for business? This is a prototype we assembled here in the office. (I said "we" like I have a monkey in shirt pocket.) YouTube of course botches the quality of these things but you can see a High-Quality version at YouTube or I can… Continue

Added by Sean Buvala on March 19, 2009 at 3:28pm — 13 Comments

Corporate Storytelling: Discover the World Tales

You are not limited to the personal stories of yourself and others in corporate storytelling. Why not call upon the power contained in a few centuries worth of stories?



When you speak in public, you want your audience to be immersed in your subject and able to hold on to your message well after you finish speaking. This desire and need actually applies to storytelling in nearly any situation, from classroom to boardroom to sanctuary to platform.



Mixing in some… Continue

Added by Sean Buvala on October 12, 2008 at 9:30pm — 3 Comments

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