2009
07.24

Storytelling in Business Podcasts

Sean presents the “Storytelling and Narrative for Business Podcasts” about every two weeks. Small business, entrepreneurs, non-profit, speakers, presenters, company owners and others will all benefit from these short (8 – 10 minutes) and fun podcasts. Come listen in!

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The Episodes:

Episode Five: “The Elevator Speech is Dead”
Sean talks this week about the archaic concept of the elevator speech. The elevator speech: when you learn a singular “speech” to talk about your business with new clients and customers. Rather, Sean talks about learning the power of your story to be used in different time frames. Sean also tells you the obscure Grimm tale of “Not Much.” You’ll also hear from a listener who called in to tell us his reaction to these podcasts.
Listen in: Episode Five

Episode Four: “Storytelling is Not a ‘Soft Skill’: Sure Looked Easy”
Sean brings you some tough-love this week to help you understand that storytelling is a “hard skill” for your business. Fail that understanding and things can go bad. Get real coaching and training to sharpen your skills.
Listen in: Episode Four

Episode Three: “Jokes Anecdotes Stories: Just Enough”
A listener wants to know more about what makes a story instead of a joke or anecdote.
Listen in: Episode Three

Episode Two: “What Did the Plumber Know?”
How can you use even an old, familiar story in your business presentations? How you say what you say is important.
Listen in: Episode Two

Episode One: “The Guy Complaining in the Bathroom”
Sean talks about how every business and every person in the business needs the power of storytelling, even those who think they are “above” something so simple as storytelling. Boy, was he wrong.
Listen Now: Episode One

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