THE most successful communicator in history "was never without a story when he spoke."
When asked why he focused on storytelling, Jesus gave a lesson that nonprofit leaders can learn a lot from...
"…I tell stories: to create readiness, to nudge the people toward a welcome awakening."
Great leaders focus on, harness, and utilize the power of stories.
SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR USING STORIES:
1. Tell your story
My friend Mike Kim has taught me that if content is king, then context is the kingdom. What he means is that your story matters. It is your story that makes the content of your communication and interactions powerful. Some great places to make sure your story is told:
#1: FREE DOWNLOAD: STORY BASED NEWSLETTER EXAMPLE
#2: FOUR STORIES THAT WILL RAISE MORE MONEY IN YOUR NEXT NEWSLETTER
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