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The Business of Story podcast, hosted by Park Howell, is one of the top brand storytelling podcasts and named among 40 Best Small Business Podcasts in 2017. It will help you reignite within you the one true superpower we all possess - storytelling. Each episode provides the best strategies and secrets from the best content creators, advertising creatives, authors, screenwriters, entrepreneurs, marketers, and brand raconteurs that show you how to make your story marketing stand out. You will learn how to connect with your customers, move them to action, and start creating epic growth for your organization and your people.

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The Business of Story podcast, hosted by Park Howell, is one of the top brand storytelling podcasts and named among 40 Best Small Business Podcasts in 2017. It will help you reignite within you the one true superpower we all possess - storytelling. Each episode provides the best strategies and secrets from the best content creators, advertising creatives, authors, screenwriters, entrepreneurs, marketers, and brand raconteurs that show you how to make your story marketing stand out. You will learn how to connect with your customers, move them to action, and start creating epic growth for your organization and your people.

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Fantastic show!

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Love all the great insights from Park and his guests!

Storytelling about Storytelling

By AgencyUnderground - Feb 07 2020
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Telling your story has been a hot topic for the past few years. Which means that it’s often more buzz words and less application. Not the case with Park’s podcast. Each episode is full of great stories - and tips, insights and ideas on how stories drive brands.

iTunes Ratings

122 Ratings
Average Ratings
117
2
1
1
1

Fantastic show!

By katee2019 - Apr 06 2020
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Love all the great insights from Park and his guests!

Storytelling about Storytelling

By AgencyUnderground - Feb 07 2020
Read more
Telling your story has been a hot topic for the past few years. Which means that it’s often more buzz words and less application. Not the case with Park’s podcast. Each episode is full of great stories - and tips, insights and ideas on how stories drive brands.
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Business of Story

Latest release on Oct 26, 2020

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Rank #1: How to Grow Your Brand Via Transmedia Storytelling

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The way we typically consume stories is how they are told — starting from the beginning to the finale. But it's important to realize that not all stories are linear. Therefore, on this week's show, we're exploring a non-linear approach to telling stories using a variety of media channels to scale the same story.

But the concern is if we tell the same story from a non-linear approach framed with different perspectives and media, will it be as effective? We'll get the answer straight from the man who pioneered transmedia storytelling, otherwise known as "Cine Experiences", Zeke Zelker.

Zeke Zelker is an award-winning filmmaker who produced the first transmedia project, Pandemic, at the Sundance Film Festival. His current project, Billboard, goes beyond any movie experience as it is aired in a multitude of ways via different platforms.

“Learn how to succeed by learning as you go.” —Zeke Zelker

Billboard is first featured in social media, then segues to live events and eventually evolves into a web series. Finally, it turns into a feature film, then a game, while different brands get to ride along the myriad events and utilize these platforms to showcase their own brand stories.

In this week’s episode, Zeke will share how his childhood experiences growing up in an amusement park shaped his unique perspective for transmedia storytelling. Through this approach, you can also co-create and tell a story creatively that’s completely different from how other brands are doing it.

“Take your ego out and listen to your audience. Test things, break things, make things.” —Zeke Zelker

As he relives the three major lessons he learned growing up in a Pennsylvania amusement park, Zeke shares his four phases of creation, which you can use as a guide to create your own brand stories through transmedia storytelling.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

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Feb 25 2019

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Rank #2: #27: How to Create Business Stories People Actually Care About

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John Yorke, Managing Director at Angel Station and founder of the BBC’s Writer’s Academy, joins the Business of Story Podcast to share a unique perspective on the dynamic power of stories in the B2B world.

The Business of Story is sponsored by ACT!, Convince & Convert, Emma, and Oracle.

  • ACT! helps individuals, small businesses, and sales teams organize prospect and customer details in just one place, ultimately driving sales. Visit http://actstory.com and enter to win a pair of BOSE noise-cancelling headphones.
  • Each day the team at Convince & Convert picks a topic and sends you the three best resources ever created about that topic. It's topical, it's timely, it's useful, so go to definitivedigest.com and subscribe to their email newsletter now.
  • Emma helps marketers everywhere send smart, stylish email newsletters, promotions, and automated campaigns, and help us all rest a little easier knowing our marketing emailing is doing its job. Check out their newest publication at Myemma.com/click.
  • Oracle Marketing Cloud offers an introduction to marketing automation, with tips that marketers need to automate and optimize.

In This Episode

  • Mirror neurons and how they cause story to work on our brains
  • How business communicators can be more effective with their stories.
  • What happens when you realize that all business stories are quests
  • Three big mistakes we make as business storytellers and how we can quickly overcome them

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Visit http://bit.ly/BizofStory for more insights from your favorite storytellers.

Feb 17 2016

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Rank #3: The Seven Stories You Need to Tell to Sell

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Many sales and business professionals ask themselves questions every day.

"How do I earn the trust of my audience?"

"How can I become an effective salesperson?"

The answer? Ask your audience and customers questions. And after hearing their questions, offer a solution through your own story. Because you can earn trust through storytelling.

When is a particular story applicable for a specific type of audience?

Mike Adams joins me on this week's episode to share the different stories we need to tell in order to effectively sell. Mike is an engineer-turned-salesman who also authored the best selling book, Seven Stories Every Salesperson Must Tell. He is currently managing a team of salespeople from different parts of the world for corporations like Schlumberger, Siemens, Nokia, and Halliburton.

In the show, we'll go through a little discovery process together to find each story. Some of the stories may come as a surprise to you, but they are all interconnected to one another. As a matter of fact, we’ve already been practicing them. All we need is to identify the story that works for us and how to tell it. 

And if you're not a salesperson, don't worry. Any profession needs to sell their services in some way. Mike believes that our backgrounds are not a hindrance or a limitation. After all, whether you’re an engineer, a doctor, a pilot - you can also be a salesperson. Just like our guest today, Mike Adams. 

Tune in to find out how to use storytelling for sales by mastering seven different stories for your business. 

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event.

Dec 24 2018

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Rank #4: How to be an Authentic Brand Storyteller on Social Media

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This week, we’re doing something different from the past 179 episodes. It's my turn to be on the hot seat and my guest, Wanita Z-Fourie, will be the one asking the questions. In this show, we discuss how to use storytelling to grow your following.

Wanita is an African Kiwi and a social media professional who founded The Online Business Academy and an annual Social Media Conference New Zealand, where I'm honored to be a speaker. She tours the world to speak and teach different businesses and organizations about social media marketing. Her travels became a great medium for her to experience the world first hand, which enabled her to learn different ways to tell a story with authenticity and integrity. Both qualities are essential in ensuring the success of storytelling in social media. 

On this show, Wanita will share how authentic storytelling is essential in growing your online following. She’ll teach you how you can be genuine in your communication and still get your points across. You'll also learn how to tell stories based on what your heroes (aka your customers) really want and need, as part of your business branding. 

As we discuss how I grow my following on the Business of Story, I share the origin story of the Story Cycle System --  the 12 Steps in Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey, which I refined into 10 shorter steps to fit into the business world. 

Because when you focus on using the steps of the Story Cycle System, your social media marketing and communications can become easier  by using your power of narrative intuition. 

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event.

Jan 21 2019

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Rank #5: #145: Learn From the Pitch Queen How To Craft and Tell Your Compelling Brand Story That Sells

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The power of anecdote is so great that it has a momentum all its own. No matter how boring the facts are, with a compelling brand story, you feel like you’re on a train that has a destination. Those anecdotes are told using stories.

Stories sell. And as an entrepreneur, your #1 job will be to sell yourself and your services or products to potential clients. There is no doubt that storytelling works to connect with people on a primal level and move them to action. Telling your story in an enticing and compelling way is half the battle.

So forget about what you believe your "story" is right now and find your scenes: those moments that have shaped who you are today. Our guest today is all about enabling your superpower through embracing the unique scenes that have made you, you.  

Michelle Weinstein knows how to use a story to sell. She's an entrepreneur extraordinaire and survivor of the infamous show Shark Tank. Michelle also runs ThePitchQueen.com, where she works with entrepreneurs to teach them how to sell themselves and their services effectively without annoying prospects or driving them away with boring sales pitches.

In this episode, Michelle will show you how to close any deal that comes your way, sell more of your products or services, and turn a NO into “YES” so that you can serve more people and make a bigger difference in the world.

It all starts with finding your superpowers, forged from your experiences, moments, and scenes. Remember: Compelling storytelling is ALWAYS about the moments. Your moments or are composed of your experiences that define your beliefs, which lead to your truth.  When you unwrap your truth, you’ll find your superpower.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: https://businessofstory.com/telling-business-story-ebook/

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event.

May 21 2018

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Rank #6: #139: How to Balance Storytelling and SEO to Engage Your Biggest Content Marketing Audience

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In the age of the internet, we have endless story-sharing opportunities at our fingertips. With the click of a button, your brand story can be easily accessible to anyone, anywhere, at any time. But with this connection comes competition, especially when it comes to SEO.

There are countless stories being told by millions of organizations, and it’s a struggle to get noticed amongst your target audiences searching for content like yours.

I know what you’re thinking, “How can I publish what I think are fun, interesting and emotional headlines to draw a reader in, while also playing to the intellect of the internet search bots?” In this episode, we’re sharing how to balance the heart of storytelling with SEO. 

Joining us is Arnie Kuenn, CEO of Vertical Measures and author of Accelerate! and the online marketing ebook The Future of SEO Trends in 2018 & Beyond. Arnie is an expert on finding the link between customer’s questions and how to make your business the answer. By utilizing search engine optimization, Arnie helps you bring your content to the top so that your brand story gets heard. Tune in today to learn about the power of SEO storytelling and how it can take your content marketing to the next level.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/getyourbrandstorystraight

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Apr 06 2018

56mins

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Rank #7: #30: The Brain Science Behind Business Storytelling

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Kendall Haven, story consultant and pioneer in the neural and cognitive science of story, joins the Business of Story Podcast to share the latest discoveries in the field and to illustrate how to merge themes and messages into powerful story architecture.

The Business of Story is sponsored by ACT!, Convince & Convert, Emma, and Oracle.

  • ACT! helps individuals, small businesses, and sales teams organize prospect and customer details in just one place, ultimately driving sales. Visit http://actstory.com and enter to win a pair of BOSE noise-cancelling headphones.
  • Emma helps marketers everywhere send smart, stylish email newsletters, promotions, and automated campaigns, and help us all rest a little easier knowing our marketing emailing is doing its job. Check out their newest publication at Myemma.com/click.
  • Each day the team at Convince & Convert picks a topic and sends you the three best resources ever created about that topic. It's topical, it's timely, it's useful, so go to definitivedigest.com and subscribe to their email newsletter now.
  • Oracle Marketing Cloud offers an introduction to marketing automation, with tips that marketers need to automate and optimize.
In This Episode
  • The scientific proof that story structure is a powerhouse of informational systems
  • The latest cognitive research on story engagement, story power, empathy, and influence
  • How to merge your themes and messages into powerful, effective stories
  • Kendall’s tried and true tools for filtering story through an active subconscious
  • Kendall's Neural Story Net
  • How to think in story form
  • Audience modeling
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Visit http://bit.ly/BizofStory for more insights from your favorite storytellers.

Mar 07 2016

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Rank #8: #144: How to Use Inspiration, Relatability and Suspense in Your Brand Storytelling

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By now, you know the importance of using inspiration, relatability in your stories. Still, it can be difficult to combine all three. Yet our guest, Michael Backes, has mastered it through the art of surprising and suspenseful story structures.

Michael Backes is a brilliant man with many areas of expertise. Not only is he a storyteller, he is a screenwriter, co-founder of the American Film Institute Digital Media Studies program, Hollywood digital pioneer, special effects artist and author of Cannabis Pharmacy: The Practical Guide to Medical Marijuana.

Though Michael has experience in many fields of work, they all can relate back to storytelling. He’s currently working with a consultancy in Southern California that specializes in cannabis science and policy issues worldwide, helping change the narrative around cannabis to help people with chronic pain.

Michael may be one of the most articulate geniuses we’ve had on the show exploring how the power of story mesmerizes and moves us. On this week’s podcast, Michael will share his eclectic background in storytelling and what it takes to truly connect with an audience. We’ll discuss how to construct engaging story structures that make your message incredibly easy for your audience to understand.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: https://businessofstory.com/telling-business-story-ebook/

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event.

May 14 2018

58mins

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Rank #9: How a Purpose-Driven Brand Story Will Increase the Health of Your Organization

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In 2005, Clinica Adelante was an organization struggling to stay afloat. Today, they are a 500 employee-strong community health center serving more than 75,000 patients every year.

What makes this transformation even more amazing is that they have achieved this without losing sight of their noble philosophy of providing affordable healthcare for all.

In this week's show, the incredible Avein Saaty-Tafoya, CEO of Adelante Sustainable Healthcare in Phoenix, Arizona, describes how crafting the not-for-profit’s brand story helped the community health center achieve 300% growth in just five years, and where they are today as a national leader delivering sustainable healthcare.

This inspiring episode starts off with Avein sharing her story. She got her first lessons in entrepreneurship at the tender age of 4 while working at her Iranian father's jewelry store. But Avein's strong passion for eliminating health disparity can be attributed to her Middle Eastern origins.

Fostering strong community ties is an integral part of Middle Eastern society, and this community-driven mindset motivated Avein to get her medical degree. Avein provides some great insights about the American medical system, including how socio-economic societal differences between the Middle East and the United States spill over to each region's medical systems.

Avein's struggle to keep Adelante afloat in the organization's initial years are sure to inspire you. You'll learn about the various challenges (internal and external) that Avein managed to overcome with bold decision making and through skillful negotiations.

In 2009, Adelante launched their new brand story. Since then, they've grown from 65 employees to 500+. Patients have increased from 14,000 to 75,000. And, Adelante's revenue has gone from $13 million in 2006 to more than $41 million in 2016.

Tune in now to discover how you can manage a business effectively without losing your humanity, and how you can use that humanity to establish an authentic brand story.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event.

Sep 03 2018

1hr 5mins

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Rank #10: #243: How to Keep Sharing Your Stories Through COVID-19

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Jay Baer, founder of Convince & Convert, and Pamela Slim, founder of K’é Main Street Learning Lab, both best selling authors and thought leaders on business, share advice on how to stay happy, healthy and productive while working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Business of Story is proudly sponsored by Sendible, a powerful social media platform used by more than 3,000 digital agencies world-wide that help brand stories be heard online. As a special offer for you, get Sendible’s Robust plan now for only $69 per month when you sign up at sendible.com/park30. Start your free 30-day trial today.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event

Apr 06 2020

55mins

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Rank #11: #235: How Your Purpose-Driven Brand Story Can Triple Your Growth

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André Martin Hobbs, founder of Prêt, Auto, Partez, shares how their focused purpose-driven brand story has grown their Montreal-based car dealership by 3x.

Business of Story is proudly sponsored by Sendible, a powerful social media platform used by more than 3,000 digital agencies world-wide that help brand stories be heard online. As a special offer for you, get Sendible’s Robust plan now for only $69 per month when you sign up at sendible.com/park30. Start your free 30-day trial today.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event

Feb 10 2020

1hr 33mins

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Rank #12: #155: How to Use the Secret Language of Your Customer in Your Brand Storytelling

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Have you ever overheard a conversation between two teen girls gushing over the latest and greatest Kylie Jenner Lip Kit and you think to yourself “Wow, those girls are not even speaking my language.”

But maybe those girls simply aren’t your ideal customer. It’s not that you’re disconnected from them, it’s that you don’t know their lingo.

To know someone’s lingo is to know their values and emotional triggers. And when it comes to your customers, if you’re not speaking their secret lingo, then you’re probably leaving sales, margins and loyalty out to dry. 

Not only is Jeffrey Shaw the king of lingo, but he is also the author of LINGO: Discover Your Customer’s Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible. He has truly has mastered the art of identifying and understanding the lingo of your ideal customer.

And on today’s podcast, he shares how to get into the head and heart of your audience by understanding how they tell themselves their stories. And the hope is that, at the end of it, you too will be the king (or queen) of lingo.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event.

Jul 30 2018

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Rank #13: How to Engage Your Narrative Mind

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Whether you are a multi-billion dollar business or a brave little startup, the struggle to connect with your audience is a difficult and often, unsuccessful one.

Presenting your brand story through a narrative lens will help facilitate effective translation, allowing you to reach your target audience.

In this week’s show, you will discover how you can you can use your own personal narrative to create a magnetic brand story. Andrew Robinson, creator of the narrative thinking framework is a “Brand Anthropologist” who helps companies know and tell their story.

Andrew reveals his powerful philosophy which has allowed him to help businesses across the world make a genuine connection with the audience they want to connect with. Andrew also shares how asking your “Who” can ultimately lead you to your “Why”, “How” and “What”. Real world examples he shares show how personal stories can inspire businesses to create their own authentic brand stories and maintain strong fidelity to it are sure to keep you hooked.

What makes businesses like Disney and Starbucks so irresistible to their audiences? You'll learn about their empathy-filled ethos which has resulted in enduring “Brand Resonance” – and allowed these businesses to grow into the multi-billion corporations that they are today. We also discuss Nike and Phil Knight’s captivating memoir, Shoe Dogs. Phil Knight’s inspiring life story shows us that in order to realize our potential to the fullest, we have to deal with the part of us that is holding us back.

Tune in now to discover why DRAMA, and not DATA can help you connect with your audiences to build a truly enduring brand.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event.

Sep 17 2018

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Rank #14: #153: How to Evolve as a Brand Storyteller

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What is it about TV shows, movies, or those viral Facebook videos that keep you glued to the screen? The answer is quite simple: story. And if you are able to create a story that the audience can truly connect to, you’ve struck gold. 

But it takes hard work, focus and the ability to produce, edit and learn.

Jason Ensler has mastered the art of striking gold with storytelling. On today’s show, he shares his evolution as a film director and storyteller and what you can learn from his experiences as you grow as a brand and business storyteller.

Jason has a resume a mile long. You have no doubt watched shows that he’s has directed and executive produced including Hart of DixieGrace and FrankieBrooklyn Nine Nine, The Goldbergs, and more.

On this week’s show, you’ll learn what it takes to find those hidden moments in a story that will make your brand the brand that people are glued to.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event.

Jul 16 2018

46mins

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Rank #15: #222 Why Your Brand Storytelling Needs to be Familiar, But Novel

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Derek Thompson, a staff writer for The Atlantic, host of the Crazy/Genius podcast and author of Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in the Age of Distraction, shares the magic of familiarity and novelty to make your stories connect with the human mind and move your audiences to action.

Business of Story is proudly sponsored by Sendible, a powerful social media platform used by more than 3,000 digital agencies world-wide that help brand stories be heard online. As a special offer for you, get Sendible’s Robust plan now for only $69 per month when you sign up at sendible.com/park30. Start your free 30-day trial today.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

Like what you hear? Bring Park to your next event

Nov 11 2019

57mins

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Rank #16: #230: How to Use Brand Storytelling to Ignite Your Startup

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Sonny Patel, founder of Insurmi, an AI-based engagement platform that top-tier global carriers use to simplifying the buying process, shares how to use storytelling to get your startup funded and spur its growth.

Business of Story is proudly sponsored by Sendible, a powerful social media platform used by more than 3,000 digital agencies world-wide that help brand stories be heard online. As a special offer for you, get Sendible’s Robust plan now for only $69 per month when you sign up at sendible.com/park30. Start your free 30-day trial today.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

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Jan 06 2020

57mins

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Rank #17: #244: COVID-19: How to Show Up Every Day in Your Brand Storytelling

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Microsoft’s Head of Global Internships, Miri Rodriguez, and Investment Advisor Robert DiMeo share ways to show up positively every day with your brand storytelling during the coronavirus crisis to help those who need you.

Business of Story is proudly sponsored by Sendible, a powerful social media platform used by more than 3,000 digital agencies world-wide that help brand stories be heard online. As a special offer for you, get Sendible’s Robust plan now for only $69 per month when you sign up at sendible.com/park30. Start your free 30-day trial today.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

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Apr 08 2020

42mins

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Rank #18: #201 Why Your Brand Story is Essential for Survival

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Drew McLellan, president of the Agency Management Institute, shares best practices for running your advertising, public relations, web, digital or design agency starting with understanding your origin story and why you do what you do.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

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Jun 17 2019

56mins

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Rank #19: #147 How to Use Your Brand Story to Stand Out in a Crowded, Distracted World

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Nick Westergaard, author of Brand Now: How to Stand Out in a Crowded, Distracted World, describes how to craft a brand story that will help you rise above the noise using seven brand storytelling dynamics.

Jun 04 2018

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Rank #20: #221 How to Align Employees With Your Brand Story

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Christopher Wallace, co-author of the study Have Your Story Straight? Why Brand Message Dilution Hurts in the Experience Economy, explores how to enroll and align your people to fulfill the promises you make in your brand storytelling to win customers.

Become a Master Storyteller

Grab your free copy of The 5 Stages of Grief in Telling YOUR Business Story: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools

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Nov 04 2019

45mins

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