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Virtual Currency Brings in Real Business for Digital Publisher NARR8 - Defiance Crescent News (subscription)

Virtual Currency Brings in Real Business for Digital Publisher NARR8 Defiance Crescent News (subscription) Today NARR8 announced the integration of their monetization efforts for Android devices.
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World's First Global Human Story Network | The Possibility Place

World's First Global Human Story Network | The Possibility Place | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it

JULY 9, 2012, 6:00 AM. Northern California-based Possibility Publishing and Entertainment (a division of T2PS, Inc., a leadership development and publishing company) announces officially today the launch of a new human story portal at their current site where you can submit your story of authenticity, mastery, overcoming obstacles, or just plain how and why you are who you are. 

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4 Ways to Create Content That Sells | It's All Story

4 Ways to Create Content That Sells | It's All Story | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it
Business blogging strategy: How to create blog content that increases sales. Learn how to teach with story and sell with subtleness.

 

Love that line..."Learn how to teach with story and sell with subtleness."

 

Yes! And that is only one of the 4 points discussed here. The rest are all about story also. And each of the 4 points contains really good examples.

 

I know you will enjoy this discussion. If you are already leveraging these 4 points in your content -- hooray!

 

If you are not -- then figure it out quick and make some shifts.

 

Either way, you will be more successful.

 

And are you noticing this week that the curated articles this week all dove-tail together? And they are all from different sources. And they are all basically saying the same thing. Truly success and story go hand-in-hand.

 

Read the full article here: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/how-to-create-content-that-sells/ ;

 

This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it ;


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#LPTrendsFilm: Filmmaker Travis Andrade | The Possibility Place

#LPTrendsFilm: Filmmaker Travis Andrade | The Possibility Place | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it

#LPTRendsFilm: Interview w/Travis Andrade. An online database and mobile app to experience histories greatest…writer Kathryn Mattingly takes you a journey of dreams, clouds, and talent as she introduces you to a filmmaker we know you’ll hear more of, and just one more example of innovation and creative intelligence at work in today’s technological wonderland. 

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The Possibility Place - Editorial Department | The Possibility Place

The Possibility Place - Editorial Department | The Possibility Place | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it

#LPTrendsEditorial: Meet our writers and read their innovative work! LeadingPossibilities Magazine.

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Inside the Storytelling Matrix, Part 1: Problem and Paradox

Inside the Storytelling Matrix, Part 1: Problem and Paradox | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it

You’d think that a problem makes for an interesting story. But when it comes to telling the story of game-changing innovation, the “problem/solution” model is broken. This is why so many brands and causes have a hard time telling their story. When it comes to business, you want to introduce a paradox, not just a problem.

 

What a great post from colleage Michael Margolis on how to re-think the problem/resolution elements of a story into presenting the possbility & then the obstacle being faced.

 

This is an especially important insight for nonprofits to get because the problem/resolution set up starts out with a negative -- which can be a turn-off for people. As Michale says, we are surrounded by enough problems these days.

 

So turn the problem/resolution dyamic on its head and shift to presenting the possibility/obstacle dynamic instead.  That way you are leading with a positive, and then presenting the obstacle to overcome. Obviously then people's participation in the cause/business will help the obstacle be overcome. Or part of the obstacle has already been overcome with people's help.

 

Now, I would suggest doing the same for any business -- present the possibility and the obstacle, and then the resolution or call to action.

 

I be you'll feel better setting up your story this way, and so will your audience. Let me know how it goes!


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Great Poets Come in Millennial-Sized Packaging | The Possibility Place

Great Poets Come in Millennial-Sized Packaging | The Possibility Place | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it

Publishing house Wintergoose has a great nose for great poetry. Sharp Writ Book Award winner 2011 Jessica Kristie tells me about what she writes and why, and what publications she has as a poet. LeadingPossibilities Magazine, 2012. by Kathryn Mattingly. Great poet and writers of 2012.

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Kathy Hepinstall pens words well | The Possibility Place

Kathy Hepinstall pens words well | The Possibility Place | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it
LPTrendsAuthor: Kathy Heppenstall. Creative. Irreverent. Smart. Kathy Hepinstall is an LA best-selling author with a new book out - Blue Asylum. She also freelances in advertising. LPMag/LPNet. Article/interview byKathryn Mattingly.
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A New Look at Leadership and Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today

A New Look at Leadership and Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it

The core of my work in the world revolves around emotional intelligence - waking people up to their own mastery or lack thereof. In West Point Global Leadership conferences, in top brass leadership programs across all military branches of the world, and in Harvard curriculum board meetings, or the UN training grounds for top foreign affairs negotiators you'll find a visible, 50% or better concentration on the internal workings of a human being in leadership development. The world's challenges and our human progress and evolution is dependent upon our ability to finally accept that EQ mastered is critical to everything at every level when it comes to human experience.

 

Hitler lacked it entirely, and it could be said that deeply rhetoric-inspired dogma junkies such as the Tea Party or fundamentalist Christians who believe others will go to Hell for not believing in their version of the bible are deficient in the EQ department. In Aaron Sorkin's words in his new series The Newsroom, thanks Psychology Today for throwing truth at stupid. It isn't a question of difficult as much as it is a question of dangerous.

 

In my opinion, it is downright self-defeating and dangerous to continue to allow emotionally unintelligent people to lead anything. It ought to be a pre-requisite for having a baby, driving a car, getting married, starting a company, leading anything, including the Boy Scouts, and for the love of Gaia or whatever God or gods you worship, please oh please make it rule that every person who runs for elected office in the world ought to have to pass an EQ test. Daniel Goleman….you’re our man.

 

Rarely do I espouse this aggresively, but it is time ot get down to it.

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Terri Nunn of Berlin: Feature Follow Up | The Possibility Place

Terri Nunn of Berlin: Feature Follow Up | The Possibility Place | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it
LPTrendsPeople - Terri Nunn of Berlin: LPMag was fortunate to be able to cover backstage a great rock and roll show experience that transcended the average rock adventure, both for the performance quality and because Terri Nunn of Berlin is the...
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Chris Frost Boxes Prime Time (Really) | The Possibility Place

Chris Frost Boxes Prime Time (Really) | The Possibility Place | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it
#LPTrendsBody: Part I of the Boxing Transformation story of Chris Frost. ...There are two things I often recall from spending time with my dad--watching Cheers comedy night and boxing.
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Seven tips in digital storytelling from the New York Times and CNN | Online Journalism Features | Journalism.co.uk

Seven tips in digital storytelling from the New York Times and CNN | Online Journalism Features | Journalism.co.uk | Creative Content Publishing | Scoop.it

LPTrendsNews: These are must dos for creative content makers today. 

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Self-Identity and Social Media

This is an exploration of what it means to be a part of social media. An important aspect of this is to explore yourself as a social media.

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Dr. Susan Bainbridge's comment, May 20, 2012 5:13 PM
Glad you liked this site Jacek!