#040 Kevin Anderson | Storytelling For Business

Key Lessons From This Episode:

  • Why Storytelling for business is the best way to stand out in the marketplace.
  • Two Common Mistakes for Entrepreneurs in storytelling
  • Two Common Mistakes in writing stories

 

That is the founder of “Story Edge, Kevin Anderson, a Storytelling Coach, writer and Communications Consultant for corporations.
He’s on a mission to help people unlock their inner storyteller. Not because stories are lovely or because stories are fun – but because stories are the most powerful way to make your messages memorable. Stories help you connect, engage and if you want – to sell. Stories Stick.

 

Also, I’d like you to know, we recorded this episode quite a while back, and I thought we have lost the files in my last Dropbox nightmare when we changed computers, so I am so delighted to find out we got the files all back. Don’t you just love technology sometimes? This is one of those conversational episodes you can relax yet receive many value bombs.

Now, let’s chat with Kevin!

 

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Remember, YOU Matter! See you in the next episode!

  

 

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