Discover Storyfinding + Examples

The comparison between storytelling and storyfinding created feedback and excitement here on this blog, and also on social media and directly via email. Thanks!

In my 16 years teaching communication skills, I’ve always focused on the importance of asking great questions. And on constantly improving one’s ability to deeply listen. Yet in order to achieve excellence in these two vital elements of clear communication, we need to ignite the skills of storyfinding.

I’m SO excited to be sharing these seven skills with you between now and the end of December. As part of preparing for this learning journey, I was inspired to create a short video with a bit more information and some real-life examples of storyfinding. Enjoy … and check in next week to learn more about the why and how of igniting your curiosity.

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Explore more articles about storyfinding here.

Are you ready to uncover your own storyfinding skills? Regardless of your business, product or service, storyfinding is the key to creating consistent revenue and exceeding your sales goals. Click here to book a call so we can discuss how I might support you.

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