Never Be Boring Again!
You can heighten people's attention if you tell stories versus, just facts. For example when:
* marketing your offerings - emails, social media, sales conversations
* giving presentations - speeches, pitches, workshops, podcasts, webinars
* meeting new people at networking events
One powerful story can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. That's because you magnetize more referrals!, supporters and clients
Discover how to craft a mission-driven story of who you are what you stand for. That way you attract ideal supporters, clients and customers, while keeping away those who are not a good fit.
Many people don't understand what makes for an engaging story. Discover 7 secrets that come from studying many of the great storytellers – in business, politics, marketing and education.
Once you know and apply these 7 secrets your message will “stick” like nothing else you’ve done before.
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In this online training you’ll:
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with Carla Rieger
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Here's What People are Saying About This Training:
"This far exceeded my expectations – practical, useful, achievable advice told in an entertaining way." - Kate McLean, Lawyer
"I have been a 'facts-focused' presenter because I wasn’t sure how to start telling stories. Now I have a process for doing that---I’m so excited!" - Sarah Wedel, Speaker and Trainer
"Carla is incredibly knowledgeable about storytelling and expresses herself in such engaging ways." - Suzanne Tannous AlMajdalani, Manager, Aramex Inc.
"Carla effectively demonstrates what she’s teaching . It's very engaging!" - Julia James, Coach, Speaker, Author
"These storytelling tools are clear, usable, fun and engaging." Cynthia van Ginkel, Manager, BCIT
"I love this approach to storytelling in business, because it’s all about coming from the heart while also offering practical and useful advice." Marylynn Riendeau, Owner, Driving Miss Daisy