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Before dinner tonight, you will see hundreds of emails, ads, tweets, and posts. Yet by tomorrow morning, so much of these will be forgotten. Except, that is, for the stories.
The ability to find, shape, and share your own most essential stories - told one to one and one to many - is one of your greatest assets as a leader.
The key is an understanding of the retellable story. While we all know how important communication and stories are, and know a good story when we hear one, we don't always know how to tell them.
Retellable is a book about how you can find and tell yours.
This book is an exploration into the center of what stories are, why they work, and how you can make them work for you.
Written by story coach and storyteller Jay Golden, who has trained business leaders around the world on this topic at companies such as Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn.
Retellable combines practical insights, actionable steps, anecdotes, and an easy-to-remember framework that will help you transform your audiences, your organization, your business, and your career, one story at a time.
If you could sum up Retellable in three words, what would they be?
Storytelling Master Class
What about Jay Golden’s performance did you like?
I like the fact that Jay read his book. Many of the books that I listen to on Audible, are read by people who's personalities don't come through as well. Jay's enthusiasm for storytelling was extremely evident throughout and you can tell that he's spent many years honing in on his craft.
Any additional comments?
For anyone who is looking to find more effective ways of delivering their stories or the stories of others - this book is for you.
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