Jenny Beres, Freelance Copywriter and Coach, joins the Business of Story Podcast to reveal that being yourself lets your business thrive, it’s bold to relax, and the importance of putting connections first.
Ann Handley, Chief Content Officer at MarketingProfs, joins the Business of Story Podcast to share her long writing process, the rewards of taking risks, and why one should always put the audience first.
Erik Deckers, author and humor columnist, joins the Business of Story Podcast to discuss how to improve your writing skills by adding humor, understanding three-act structure, and staying simple.
Pamela Slim, author and speaker, joins the Business of Story Podcast to go deeply into finding freedom in your work, detecting your roots and natural motivations, and discovering the joy of connectivity.
Pat Solomon, filmmaker and director, joins the Business of Story Podcast to shine a light on how story is inherent in all humanity, the high purpose of the journey, and the storyteller that is inside all of us.
Michael Hyatt, Author and Founder of Michael Hyatt & Company, joins Business of Story Podcast this week to discuss making big changes late in the game, the importance of finding a mentor, and how to craft a bigger story for a better you.
Christoph Trappe, career storyteller, author, and keynote speaker, joins the Business of Story Podcast to identify your differentiated position in the marketplace and maximize your authentic stories’ potential to measure success.
Dick Orkin, award winning voice actor, radio producer, and creator of “The Chicken Man” joins the Business of Story Podcast with his daughter, Lisa Orkin to help you illuminate your business stories with a dash of humor.
“Life finds a way.” Jeff Goldblum’s character in Jurassic Park leveled this caution to the scientists resurrecting the dinosaurs about their inability to control organic evolution. That line struck me as I read Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World by Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant. Their book […]