What happens when two master storytellers spend a few minutes together? They geek out about how to tell a powerful, engaging story. AND they agree on the fastest way to lose your audience when sharing a story.
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A winning strategy for spreading the word about your organization’s work is getting your nonprofit’s story in the news. A news story gets your organization in front of a large audience of potential supporters and gives your organization instant credibility. Even though there aren’t as many people today reading actual newspapers or watching the 6
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I’m always on the lookout for tools that will help you do your job better. When I learned about MemoryFox I knew I had to tell you about it. So, I invite Founder & CEO Chris Miano to explain this fun software platform developed to help you tell your story…
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If you plan to use stories in your fundraising, board engagement, or brand awareness, it’s important to understand: What is your story’s job?
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Will you be joining me at the Nonprofit Storytelling Conference in October? Conference founder, Chris Davenport, and I, recently spent time creating a video to explain the importance of sharing your money story. Why share it? Because you WILL increase giving by telling your money story.
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I’ve just getting back from the Nonprofit Storytelling Conference so it’s likely no surprise stories are on my mind. At the conference this year, I noticed talk about 2 types of nonprofit stories. I heard talk about “institutional stories” and “donor stories.” Institutional stories are just that – about the institution. These are necessary and
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I recently blogged about a storytelling tip for nonprofit leaders that I learned from Kindra Hall. The tip is especially powerful in nonprofit fundraising. Kindra took the millenia old story structure – beginning, middle, end – and reframed it as normal, explosion, new normal. One of her lessons for us was that as storytellers, we
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What scares you the most at your nonprofit?
From my daily work with nonprofit staff I believe it’s talking about what it takes to do your work . . . the money conversation.
You hope, pray, dream, and worry about the money. But when you talk about the money it’s often with scarcity language or duty and obligation language.
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Two days. Nearly 40 storytelling and communication experts.
Over 500 people in attendance. More inspiring nonprofit stories shared than I can ever remember!
I was honored to participate in the third annual Nonprofit Storytelling Conference last week. The conference was AMAZING.
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