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Message on the occasion of the 47th World Communications Day, 2013 -Social Networks: portals of truth and faith; new spaces for evangelization

Message on the occasion of the 47th World Communications Day, 2013 -Social Networks: portals of truth and faith; new spaces for evangelization | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it
A "still small voice" and the "kindly light of faith"- great stuff from Pope re social media http://t.co/t0BdIInJ

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How to communicate effectively, one story at a time.

How to communicate effectively, one story at a time. | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it

Believe Me: A storytelling manifesto for change-makers and innovators by Michael Margolis explores a new mindset for better relating to others, communicating our ideas and building a brand through storytelling here are my take-aways or at least how I want to tell the story of my learnings:

 

Humans are hardwired to seek and make sense of the world through narratives. Our perception, emotions and relationships are all closely shaped by the narrative, sense-making process.

 

Storytelling has the power to influence, inspire and make others care, believe and act on what’s most important to the narrator. Reality is a subjective choice and there is no bigger power than framing the collective conversation. The stories we tell literally make our world. Storytelling is defined as much as what is excluded as what is included. Stories are not the truth; they are merely a projection of our interpretation of an experience or event at any given time.

 

Every story exists in relationship to everything else around it. Look for ways to orient others into your story. Share ideas or experiences that may give them confidence to follow your lead. Leaders lead by telling stories that give others permission to lead, not follow.

 

We’re always searching for stories that reinforce our view of how we see things. Your story needs to speak to your audience’s hearts, interests and worldview. Look for universal theme that anyone can get behind, a core value or human aspiration that’s easy to connect with. The power of your story grows exponentially as more and more people accept your story as their truth. Choose a story angle that helps people get inspired and internalize the truth. Storytelling is a two-way communication medium. Your audience always holds the flexibility to interpret and relate to your story as they so choose.

 

Every story’s evolution needs connection to history. The present and the future are meaningless without a direct correlation to the past. Introducing a new story without a clear contextual beginning, middle and end is a recipe for disaster. Your audience will experience emotional dissonance unless you can offer the logical stepping-stones for them to find their way into the new story.

 

Everybody has a story to tell. And everybody wants to tell it. Identity and achievement is increasingly measured by one’s personal story production. Today, technology has reshaped how story travels and spread. Internet provides unlimited platforms for sharing your story with the world.

 

In modern society, brands have become personal totems and value expressions for our lives, defining who we are, or who we aspire to be (self-extensions). People don’t really buy a product, solution or idea they buy the story that’s attached to it.

 

Storytelling is like fortune telling. The act of choosing a certain story determines the probability of future outcome.

 

Our relationship to the biography of our life story can change. Borrowing the words of novelist Salman Rushdie, “Those who do not have power over the story that dominates their lives, truly are powerless, because they cannot think new thoughts”.

 

If you want the complete 15 storytelling axioms, you can dowload the storytelling manifesto for free by clicking on the title of this post.

 

Let's talk. Let's have a conversation. Follow me on Twitter @hubertvalentino.


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'The Power of Insinuation in Speaking & Writing' - Newszap Maryland

'The Power of Insinuation in Speaking & Writing' - Newszap Maryland | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it

EASTON — Author David Mercier shares “The Power of Insinuation in Speaking and Writing” on Sept. 14, at 11 a.m., at Scossa’s Restaurant and Lounge in Easton. Writers, guests, and the general public are welcome to attend this free event and stay for the networking lunch held afterward. 

Easton resident and award-winning author David Mercier returns to kick off the Eastern Shore Writers’ Association’s new year and first get-together with inspiring new words of wisdom and autographed copies of A Beautiful Medicine available for purchase. Discussing “The Power of Insinuation in Speaking and Writing,” David will illustrate how “much of the truth in communication happens under the radar of the spoken and written word.” He will guide members and guests in how understanding “the implications that we continually make, often unintentionally, is essential in learning to communicate in the best way possible, both in speaking and writing.” By the end of the meeting listeners will learn how to be more identify these implications and then how to be more conscious of them in order to use them to their advantage. 

“My passion is for evoking the soul of human experience,” David says, “and my purpose is to present lectures and workshops that are warm, informal, light-hearted but substantive. Inspiring and illuminating, they add value to the lives of the listeners in substantive ways . . . the concepts are always made practical, and listeners will learn specific tools they can implement immediately in their lives.”


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EASTON — Author David Mercier shares “The Power of Insinuation in Speaking and Writing” on Sept. 14, at 11 a.m., at Scossa’s Restaurant and Lounge in Easton. Writers, guests, and the general public are welcome to attend this free event and stay for the networking lunch held afterward. 

Easton resident and award-winning author David Mercier returns to kick off the Eastern Shore Writers’ Association’s new year and first get-together with inspiring new words of wisdom and autographed copies of A Beautiful Medicine available for purchase. Discussing “The Power of Insinuation in Speaking and Writing,” David will illustrate how “much of the truth in communication happens under the radar of the spoken and written word.” He will guide members and guests in how understanding “the implications that we continually make, often unintentionally, is essential in learning to communicate in the best way possible, both in speaking and writing.” By the end of the meeting listeners will learn how to be more identify these implications and then how to be more conscious of them in order to use them to their advantage. 

“My passion is for evoking the soul of human experience,” David says, “and my purpose is to present lectures and workshops that are warm, informal, light-hearted but substantive. Inspiring and illuminating, they add value to the lives of the listeners in substantive ways . . . the concepts are always made practical, and listeners will learn specific tools they can implement immediately in their lives.”

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Vimeo : une chaîne dédiée au Motion Design C4D | Le Journal ...

Vimeo : une chaîne dédiée au Motion Design C4D | Le Journal ... | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it
Via la team FrenchC4D, j'ai découvert qu'il existait une chaîne dédiée au motion design Cinema 4D sur Vimeo. Bien évidemment, le motion design n'est pas excl.
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La vie de Coco Chanel relatée en Motion Design

La vie de Coco Chanel relatée en Motion Design | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it
Une belle animation en motion design relate l'histoire de Gabrielle Chanel alias Coco Chanel. L'histoire d'une jeune orpheline devenue légende, Gabrielle Chanel. Le chapitre 5 de…

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Corinne 's comment, September 14, 2013 4:19 AM
excellent, esthétique, épuré...merci !
Corinne 's curator insight, September 14, 2013 4:20 AM

voir absolument la dernière video

Lisa Grimm's curator insight, September 14, 2013 1:26 PM

Pour mes élèves intermédiaires qui étudieront la mode, cette animation pourrait peut-être replacer le temps que l'on passe à regarder "Coco avant Chanel" et si l'histoire se rapproche plus à la biographie de Chanel, ce serait plus authentique.  Ceci dit, j'aimerais toujofilmed film aussi!

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Client Communication And The Unfiltered Truth

Client Communication And The Unfiltered Truth | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it
Once upon a time in the Wild West that was the Internet of the late ’90s and early millennium, digital marketing agencies as we know them today didn’t exist.
Much of online marketing was spammy in one way or another.

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Can Real Video StoryTelling and Big Business Co-Exist? | StoryTeller Media & Communications

Can Real Video StoryTelling and Big Business Co-Exist? | StoryTeller Media & Communications | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it

One of the beautiful qualities of this age of digital communications is the emphasis on truth and reality. There is too much information online to pull the wool over the eyes of anyone and there is more emphasis on what is true than ever before. What’s more, we as consumers care more about what’s real than what is fake (ie. commercials).

 

I'll settle like something was boiling overThis is where real storytelling can play an increasingly important role in the marketing and communication of a business story. Instead, old school marketing and communications professionals can not get out of their own way when it comes to their work.

 

Rather than letting a real story communicate its message, the typical marcomm employee or executive smudges up the story with their dirty corporate finger prints in the form of branding, marketing and signage. Too risky? How would they know? It’s not being tried and the thought of letting go of old habits is unconscionable! What’s worse is these “close to the vest” practices are being passed on to future generations of marketers who intrinsically know better....

 

Hat tip to @kdietz for sharing this...


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Inisights and Stories Build Authentic Brands

Inisights and Stories Build Authentic Brands | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it
The Connected Brand  One of the hardest aspects of marketing is to deliver consistent and clear brand communications. Getting a simple brand truth that is central to creating a clear understanding ...

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[A voir] MOTION + : Festival du Film Motion Graphic Design

[A voir] MOTION + : Festival du Film Motion Graphic Design | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it

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Aliénor Fernandez's curator insight, November 27, 2013 1:48 PM

"Venez découvrir les 28 films qui ont été sélectionnés pour la programmation 2013."

 

Mercredi prochain à Aix-en-Provence, si vous avez l'occasion, ça à l'air splendide...

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Adobe organise la « Creative Jam », un concours de création en ... - ITRManager.com

Adobe organise la « Creative Jam », un concours de création en ... - ITRManager.com | Motion design | Truth & Communication | Scoop.it
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