Posts Tagged ‘Storytelling’

The Stories We Tell By Mark L. Vincent

What are the stories you tell? It is true that powerful stories can reveal much about you and your organization What kind of stories are you telling?. Twenty years ago, a graduate school professor pulled me aside at a Green Lake Conference Center event. Conversations were happening in a flurry as they often do between…

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Tips for Good Storytelling By Jane Jeffries

5 Tips for Good Storytelling in Fundraising Good storytelling is what engages, invites, and compels a response from others. Remember when you were young, and everyone eagerly gathered around the campfire to listen to statistics?  Yeah, I don’t either. Because statistics don’t get our attention like a good story, especially in fundraising. Stories are how…

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Five Ways to Tell Better Stories By Maurilio Amorim

There are five ways to tell better stories. By Maurilio Amorim ~ One of the most effective ways to get noticed, be heard and rise above the noise is to tell great stories. Stories are a powerful tool in connecting to your audience and potential supporters; even Jesus understood the power of story as He…

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Come and Learn: How to Make Your Message Known

Leaders have an extraordinary opportunity to be intentional about subduing the high velocity changes in media consumption. We know that media can be a source that amplifies God’s purpose through your ministry, or it can bring confusion and actually derail it. It’s a stewardship choice, and the kingdom outcomes and consequences of that choice have…

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8 Tips to Help You Unleash the Power of Video

By Mike and Kristin Sukraw What’s your video strategy? Video is everywhere. According to YouTube’s own statistics, more than 1 billion unique users visit YouTube each month, and over 6 billion hours of video are watched on their site every month. And by the way, that is up 50 percent from last year. Last night, I…

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