ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: 3 pearls of entrepreneurial storytelling: Michael Margolis at TEDxMillRiver

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: 3 pearls of entrepreneurial storytelling: Michael Margolis at TEDxMillRiver

Here’s Great Tip: 3 pearls of entrepreneurial storytelling: Michael Margolis at TEDxMillRiver


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Michael is an educator, evangelist, and entrepreneur for the global storytelling movement. For the last decade, Michael has taught thousands of marketers and innovators how to translate their message into wider acceptance. As the founder of Get Storied, Michael Margolis teaches the world how to think in narrative. With a unique focus on transformational storytelling, Michael has worked with the likes of AARP, Audubon, Etsy, NASA, The Limited Group, and Zappos. Michael also curates the Reinvention Summit (Storytelling’s Biggest Online Conference) and is the Dean of Story University (where he produces a range of online courses). The son of a mad scientist and artist, Michael is obsessed with culture, communications, and human behavior. Michael began his career as a social entrepreneur, co-founding two nonprofits before the age 23. His work and ideas have also been featured in Fast Company, Brandweek, Storytelling Magazine, among other places. A frequent writer, Michael’s latest book Believe Me: a Storytelling Manifesto for Change-Makers and Innovators, has been read by over 15,000 people. Michael is left handed, color-blind, and eats more chocolate than the average human. You can learn more at www.getstoried.com

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17 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: 3 pearls of entrepreneurial storytelling: Michael Margolis at TEDxMillRiver”

  1. He must've watched a bunch of Tony Robbins videos…or maybe took the workshops where they teach you how to animate the stories with your hands. I've seen better performances in a grade school talent show.

  2. Can anyone recommend any such online tutorial that actually reveals such critical, final steps?
    Great sounding principles on "The Story" by Margolis here, but it's ironic how light on story this presentation is. 
    Talk about frustration in search of innovation!
    Too many TED presentations on "The Story" also talk more AROUND the vial elements of storytelling but fall short on actually showing HOW-TO.
    I am still waiting/searching to find one that actually shows simple steps of telling/composing stories (that so many here have amply explained are so important).
    This and others here get very close, but keep sadly keep this content secret 
    Suggestions?

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