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Same thing right?
Well no, not even close. And understanding the difference between these two words and ideas is what will separate your storytelling from blah to Yeah!
When talking story, the words empathy and sympathy come up often. Most entrepreneurs and businesses use the words empathy and sympathy incorrectly and many times interchangeably (which is also incorrect.)
As we go out and spread the idea of the importance of story in business, we find that a many people understand the idea that story in itself makes an emotional connection and therefore makes the audience or the listener empathetic to the story teller or the story itself…read more
Note: This post was supposed to publish in early April. For no good reason, it didn’t. However, the message is timeless or at least has a shelf life of 2 months.
“Life Changing Experience”
It’s a phrase overused and often delivered with little meaning. I know I’m guilty of saying “that speaker I saw, life changing” or “that cool entrepreneur conference I went to, definitely life changing, bro.” Well maybe not the “bro” part but the point is, we overuse the phrase.
On April 1, 2017 I was lucky to attend the First Descents Ball in Beaver Creek, CO.
First Descents mission states: First Descents provides life-changing outdoor ventures for young adults (age 18-39) impacted by cancer. When I first became aware of FD (as called by their raving community of participants, donors, and supporters) I was shocked to learn that young adults are the most underserved demographic fighting cancer…read more
Super cool word isn’t it?
Sometimes I just like to over enunciate it. Maaaaan-i-feeeees-toe….
But beyond it being one of those great words like “pants” or “pickle”, a manifesto is something every company should have.
So, what’s a manifesto?
A manifesto is essentially a statement of beliefs that allows both your internal team, employees, and prospects as well as your external customers (only if you want – more on this later) to understand who you are and what you stand for…read more
One of the single greatest decisions I've made as an entrepreneur is joining the Colorado Chapter of The Entrepreneur's Organization (EO). I could probably write a book about all the value I get but in short, it's a group of like minded entrepreneurs trying to get...read more
"How did I get here?" Last night I was sitting in a row of chairs at the Space Gallery in Denver, looking at the people, companies, personalities, and stories around me. Sometimes I just feel so lucky, so fortunate, so grateful that I'm sitting where I'm sitting. I'm...read more
** Feature Image by Mike Arzt. This past weekend I had the distinct pleasure of helping to organize an event for the world renowned graphic designer, Aaron James Draplin of the Draplin Design Company. Through a series of cosmic events all lining up perfectly Aaron was...read more
Okay, here it is! Here are the "How do I crush my Kickstarter campaign?" goods! I am truly excited to share this content with anyone who is thinking about funding a project on Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or any other crowdfunding effort. I am not joking that I get at...read more
One of the things we are most proud of at WILDSTORY is that we truly choose our clients. We only work with those clients who align with our values. It also helps if they have a story we think we can tell in a way that gets everyone at the table excited. One of our...read more
Truth is, I was nervous about camp. Will people like me at camp? Will I make friends at camp? Being the new guy at camp is hard. What will people think of me when I get to camp? All these emotions came rushing back to me like a young kid heading to their first...read more
As an entrepreneur, often times I’m frustrated or even afraid. Sure, many of what we do has been done before. And fortunately, there are people and books that are willing to share what to do and what not to do. But many of the situations I encounter are new. I’m...read more
Our clients are friends, partners, dreamers, crazy, passionate, entrepreneurs and visionaries. They all have a WILDSTORY and we’re honored to share them. Here is a brief look at our digital public relations process when working with new clients. The WILDSTORY Digital...read more
Recently I was visiting a client and friend, Ryan Evans CEO of Inboard Sports. We were hanging out grabbing coffee and breakfast to fuel up for the day and scanning our emails. We both chuckled simultaneously as we had a similar email in each of our inboxes. A mutual...read more
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