Unlock the magic

of storytelling

We all have stories to tell.

When it comes to sharing the untold stories of people doing something to make a difference, there is no story too small to tell, no journey too big to experience. It may take as many as one heart to change the world for good. With that in mind, we design this page with a single purpose of assisting you on the quest to find the most compelling narratives. Through the four chapters below, together, we will let your unique stories speak.

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CHAPTER ONE

Stories build trust.

Think back about the last time you talk to one of your friends or colleagues. How did you talk to him or her? Probably something related to storytelling right? There are so many scientific explanations why we enjoy stories out there. At the very core, we love storytelling because it’s relatable.

 

CHAPTER ONE

Stories build trust.

Think back about the last time you talk to one of your friends or colleagues. How did you talk to him or her? Probably something related to storytelling right? There are so many scientific explanations why we enjoy stories out there. At the very core, we love storytelling because it’s relatable.

 

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CHAPTER TWO

Storytelling transforms narrations into reality

Imagine what would happen when you can construct who you are and what you believe in in an easy-to-understand language and make it sound natural? In general, people want to know your story before engaging with your company, brand or cause. It’s because we tend to trust people, products, and companies more based on the stories we can relate to.

Your stories can help you to:

relive past memories

connect with your audience

stand out & make an impact

elevate your brand

and so much more!

CHAPTER TWO

Storytelling transforms narrations into reality

Imagine what would happen when you can construct who you are and what you believe in in an easy-to-understand language and make it sound natural? In general, people want to know your story before engaging with your company, brand or cause. It’s because we tend to trust people, products, and companies more based on the stories we can relate to.

Your stories can help you to:

relive past memories

connect with your audience

stand out & make an impact

elevate your brand

and so much more!

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CHAPTER THREE

Stories are all around us.

They delight, teach, challenge, motivate and help make us who we are. We are living in a world where stories don’t end with a singular offline or online experience, instead merge and continue. With our Golden Rule — story first — we create the guide below to help you present enchanting stories to your audience. Simply follow the step-by-step instruction and have your story delivered directly to your inbox. And remember, there is no right or wrong answer 🙂

CHAPTER THREE

Stories are all around us.

They delight, teach, challenge, motivate and help make us who we are. We are living in a world where stories don’t end with a singular offline or online experience, instead merge and continue. With our Golden Rule — story first — we create the guide below to help you present enchanting stories to your audience. Simply follow the step-by-step instruction and have your story delivered directly to your inbox. And remember, there is no right or wrong answer 🙂

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Step 1: The Basics

"One upon a time" or "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away" or even just "Hello": every great story has to start somewhere.


Our story together will start simply: with a few very general bits of info. This way we'll know what to call you, where to call you (we're only a phone call away), and where we should send your story

First Name
Last Name
Email
Confirm Email
Organization's name
Phone Number
Phone Number
Website

Step 2: The Purpose

Why does this story need to be told? What do you want to achieve? Why should the audience care? Why would they not care? What do you want them to feel?
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what does your heart want


What is the future that you are trying to create through your work? Many changemakers and impact organisations tell their stories from the outside in, getting caught up in the small details about what they are doing. But, as author Simon Sinek argues in his TED talk ‘The Power of Why’ the most powerful leaders, organisations and movements gain traction by communicating their fundamental beliefs and attracting followers who share them. Click here to watch the talk

Sinek uses the ‘Golden Circle’ to drill deep into the ‘why’ story:

  • Why? This is the core belief of the cause, organisation or project. Why does this initiative exist?
  • How? This is how the cause organisation or project fulfills that core belief.
  • What? This is what the cause organisation or project does to fulfill that core belief

Step 3: The Priority

What steps do you want your audience to take? Share the message with others; Become a supporter of your cause; Sign up for a newsletter; Volunteer; Donate; Etc.
 
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Step 4: The Plan

How will we measure success with specific metrics and outcomes? Increased website traffic; Newsletter signups; Dollars raised; Engagement with a particular stakeholder; Views, shares or engagement on social media; Program registrations; Survey responses; Etc.
 
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Step 5: The People

Who will carry the story? Why the people connected to your project or organization whose stories are compelling? What do you find yourself talking about because their story is particularly unique or interesting? What desires should your audience relate to?
 
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Who are your primary and secondary audiences? Outline your audience persona(s)
 
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Step 6: The Plot

What is the story? What are the 3 things you want your audience to remember? Why did this story happen? What are so important and unique about it? To support your cause, what do your audiences need to know? How does this story personally inspire you?
 
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Step 7: The Place

Where does your story take place? How does this place affect your story?
 
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Step 8: The Production

What kind of design and pitch is suited the best for your story? What does your story look and feel like? What kind of story will you tell?
 
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Step 9: The Production

How would you like to get your story out there?
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And just a few quick questions — Would you like us to review your inputs and reccomend the best way to share the above story based on your purpose?
When would be the best date and time for us to call you/ have you visit our office? Please give us your top 3 choices of timeslots. We will confirm your 30-min complimentary consultation with you via email.
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CHAPTER FOUR

Storytelling is amplified by technology.

We all have the ability to tell stories and potentially make a change if we work hard to better our craft and to talk about things that matter. You know your story and we have the creative tools and resources to help you tell your story effectively. Together, we would be the perfect match. Schedule your complimentary consultation to start transforming your story into reality today or check our resource page to learn how to tell better stories yourself.

So you got your storyline and wonder what’s next? Check out the five recommended readings below!

 

  • What’s the business storytelling trend for 2017?
  • Top 3 foundation skills you need to tell better stories
  • Which type of stories are you telling?
  • 3 TED Talks to make you a better storyteller
  • Eight must-read storytelling books

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