The Power of Storytelling

A good story brings ideas to life and inspires listeners to imagine themselves in the storyteller’s place as events unfold and lessons are learned. The vicarious experiences audiences feel when hearing stories can build an emotional connection – sensory details, actions and language that are part of a good story make the message memorable and impactful.

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T-Mobile is shutting down their TVision pay TV service. So, what does this mean for their future? They have been talking about entering and changing the pay TV space for years. They thought they would be successful in pay TV like they have become in wireless. Apparently, they were wrong. T-Mobile launched version one of […]

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Ambush Meetings: What to do when it happens to you Here’s what to do if you’re a victim of ambush meetings at work. What to do when it happens to you: #ambushmeeting #ambushed #ambushedatwork You ever feel like you’re being ambushed, you ever feel like you’re being ganged up on or trapped with the line of questioning that’s being thrown at you, whether it’s at work or home? Find out how to answer that so that you never feel trapped again. Get ready. All right. I’m doing a special series now until the end of the year. I’m going to be answering subscriber questions here on YouTube. So make sure to ask your questions in the comments below. And I’m going to be answering at least one, maybe two, maybe three a day. So I’m going to get through these quick, because I know we have a lot of things to do for the holidays. So here’s how I would answer a question that I’m not comfortable answering. I got this question from a viewer who asked basically, what do I do? My boss likes to call me into his office with no notice. And usually there’s somebody else there and they attack me. And I feel like I’m being ambushed. And they’re asking me real rapid fire questions they think they have the answer to. And they’re trying to kind of trap me and I get tongue tied and nervous. What should I be doing? Here’s what I would say to that. Remember, as a communicator, it is always your right, always, no matter if it’s at work, at home or wherever, if you do not feel comfortable answering a question, if you don’t feel comfortable in the moment, if you suspect as though someone’s ganging up on you or that you are being ambushed or that somebody is asking you a challenge question. Remember, we talked about those in some of my classes, if you were with me on those. When you’re asked things or asked to participate in conversations in which you do not feel comfortable, remember, it is always your right to say. I’m going to need some time to think about that, to decide how I feel or, you know, I’m not sure how I feel about that. I’m not sure if I’m comfortable answering that right now. I’m not sure if I’m comfortable engaging with you right now on the subject. I’m not comfortable telling you what went on because I can’t recall it at the moment. And it is always OK. In fact, it’s very effective to say why, if you feel uncomfortable, tell people that if you’re uncomfortable, I’m making you uncomfortable with their line of questioning. I like to refer to things like congressional hearings or when I watch a good trial on television, C-SPAN. That’s my that’s my idea of a good time. And I see people answer Congress sometimes by saying things such as, you know, I’m not sure if I’m comfortable with your line of questioning.
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Verizon brings 5G mmWave network to popular vacation spots

Verizon has turned on 5G mmWave coverage in Niagara Falls, the Jersey Shore and Ocean City Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, Verizon announced that its 5G Ultra Wideband service, the carrier’s millimeter wave (mmWave) network, is now available at popular tourists destinations including Niagara Falls, the Jersey shore and beaches in Delaware and […]

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