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What story do I need to tell?
Imagine a time in life, anytime where the story you heard moved you to some type of action, albeit emotional, physical, or mental reaction. In this topic, the idea is to expand on your content, and how it helps you develop the planning also the telling of your story. Focus questions on the content your selling, whether it be informational, a physical good for example a shirt, or pieces of art, these are your content you are planning around. If it is visual help them to understand and see the picture without telling too much of the story. How can you focus the story, what parts of the story are relevant to the content you provide, and why should this benefit the receiver?
What is the story of the Nativebroadcastnetwork? How did we evolve, evolve some more, then switch gears to another avenue? In the beginning of this network, the story came about rather quickly. During my undergrad studies, I would work and have different jobs at call centers, auto dealerships, factories, supply chain and logistics, this story shared is from one particular call center not any particular radio tour is told here, however this job, I had opportunities to connect various authors, diplomats, business leaders, and one former President on these radio tours. The fascinating stories that some would tell, or the information on the particular business subjects, the questions the hosts raised, the answers given, some dealt with and how they shared their information, with results each guest moved on to great things in their own careers, through publishing books, and helping others. It was these stories shared not by one in particular, which gave me motivation and drive from sending ideas they spoke upon, and receiving that information, I was absorbing what the senders where saying, it was by receiving these messages or signals the content ideas started flowing. But how could this content take place? Why would this be a good idea at all?
These questions that where posed, it took a leap of faith, and confidence in what I was learning in my undergrad and graduate studies, also using the learned skills from various jobs, as well internships which made the lightbulb appear in front of me! The Ephinay happened, an idea came up and there I went, trying to run a podcast with no clue as to how to start, or even how to record one for that matter. What am I supposed to talk about? Who will listen? Where can people find the topics discussed? What happens next? Will I even turn a profit? How will this be paid for?
What happens next was chaotic, problematic, and for anyone reading, was caused due to not planning. As the previous topics mentioned, content does matter, and the topics and guests that aired in the beginning, the planning, questions, understanding and even knowing a little about the topics or even books that were discussed had some topics and shows go haywire. There was no excuse to the planning that didn't take place. From there, the research, the understanding of what goal in mind, how to better use the content to help drive an action wasn't happening. All the ideas, not matter how good imagined they could be, without proper planning of your story, the end can come quick.
What's the morale of this story? How can I take this information and use it? Why is the storytelling important? The morale of the story, like any task at hand, if you rush into it, without the proper guidance, tools, or planning, the bumpy roads will happen, and frustrations set in. With your content, whether it be a brick-n-mortar, online store, podcast, plan accordingly! Tell your story of the benefits of why, how, what your product does! Let your content help tell your story!
As you connect dots, remember part of the story is how you, the Sender tells it. If your content is selling a particular product, good, item, tell them the benefits, have knowledge of your contents, be the professional, that is why they go and tell others your story! As we continue down the Powwow trail, let your business "Dance its style" by telling what the contents are! When you send them a signal, the receiver will act in accordance to how the story is translated, and the Sender/Receiver in hopes, will return the same.
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