5 Resources to Tell Better Stories

We go gaga (no really we do, it can get embarrassing sometimes) for an awesome story because we believe that great storytelling moves people.

We also believe there’s never a bad time to add a few more storytelling tips to your box of tricks. Take a look at these 5 resources that’ll make for better stories for your organization:

The 22 rules of storytelling, according to Pixar
Start by taking a cue from experienced industry types like Pixar storyboard artist, Emma Stone. Stone compiles a list of quality tidbits that she’s picked up over the years that have helped her tell better stories.

Inside the Cave: An In-Depth Look at the Digital, Technology, and Analytics Operations of Obama for America
An inside look at the digital strategy for President Obama’s campaign. ‘Nuff said.

10 Tips for Using Storytelling in Your Organization
It’s one thing to know that storytelling is the way to go, but it’s quite another figuring out exactly what to do in order to get there. These tips reveal 10 effective ways in which storytelling can be applied as a useful tool of engagement.

Creating Web Content that Will Engage Your Audience
Storytelling should infiltrate the content you create on the web as well. This article outlines reasons why quality storytelling is a sure-fire way to keep your website visitors coming back for more again and again.

Telling Your Story, Story of Self
Don’t be afraid to make your story personal. Stories that resonate are ones that are also relatable. This  +360 Workshops Toolkit explains how telling a story of self can be the difference between a good story and a great one.

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