Decoding "who is your story for?" | Marketing Your Business | Scoop.it
When you a tell a story to someone who wants and needs to hear that story, eyes light up, pulses quicken, trust is built and action is taken. Two examples: Satya makes and sells hats. Beautiful, bespoke, handmade hats. But...

When you a tell a story to someone who wants and needs to hear that story, eyes light up, pulses quicken, trust is built and action is taken. Two examples: Satya makes and sells hats. Beautiful, bespoke, handmade hats. But...

 

Via Dennis Bailen, CMO, Chief Outsiders, Kathy Klotz-Guest