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Storytelling for Business begins with...

Storytelling for Business is a process. It will require time and energy to understand how to communicate, who your best audience is, learning how to engage and react and respond, and refining your brand message.

But it begins with your story.

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New Blog Series: Storytelling for Business

Today, the corporate world is evolving and audiences are less interested in passively watching leaders from within the company, demonstraing new products and ideas. Instead, businesses would do well to adopt a new strategy for leadership:

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How to Survive as a Freelancer (Part 4)

Email marketing is key to keeping your business in the back (or front) of your clients’ brains, so that when they need your services they will immediately respond back and say YES!

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How to Survive as a Freelancer Part 2

Social media offers a wealth of possibilities when it comes to marketing but ultimately, nothing beats the face-to-face opportunity to share your message and ask for what you need.

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Freelancing in Rapid City Part 2

What does location mean to you, in the city where you work or freelance?

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The Wild, Wild MidWest

And it’s easy to get nostalgic about a place like Detroit, the place where I grew up, the place where I developed my consciousness. I grew up in a place where people of all races, religions and ethnicities shared neighborhoods and schools and commutes. A place where ‘can-do’ may as well have been invented. A place where we always felt we were creating the future, and likely were.

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Freewheeling and freelancing

Part of my winter phobia stems, of all things, from reading Stephen King’s ‘The Shining’ and that foreboding feeling as the Torrance Family watches the winter close around them. I suppose if I were staying in a mountain retreat somewhere, with a fully stocked kitchen and no need to venture onto the roads, and (of course) if it weren’t also a haunted retreat, I’d probably love that feeling of isolation. Like Jack Torrance, I’d view it as a perfect opportunity to focus on my personal writing.

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