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Once Upon a Time in Marketing: The Power of Storytelling

“There is a reason humans are so fascinated with stories,” says Nancy Duarte, author of DataStory: Explain Data and Inspire Action Through Story and Illuminate: Ignite Change Through Speeches, Stories, Ceremonies, and Symbols. “People are interested in transformation, and in a well-told story; they see themselves in that story.” According to Duarte, the classic three-part …

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Elevate Your Writing and Personal Brand with Ann Handley

It might seem counterintuitive, but it’s important to embrace procrastination as part of your writing process.  Ann Handley is a digital marketing pioneer, writer and speaker focused on inspiring businesses worldwide to elevate their marketing. This week, she chats with On Your Terms host Erin King about embracing the struggles of writing and marketing while …

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A Q&A With Brian and Jamie Ratner, the Founders of CertifiKID

Brian and Jamie Ratner have a lot going on. The husband-wife duo are parents to two teenagers; the recent co-authors of ParentPreneurs: A Decade of Deals from a Messy Minivan; and the founders of CertifiKID, a 12-year-old web-based business that offers families discounts at nationwide locations, ranging from summer camps to amusement parks to farm …

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Storytelling Through the Highs and Lows with Robert Hartwell

What happened? What did you learn? What do you want them to do? Robert Hartwell is passionate about telling stories when you’re on a mountaintop, as well as when you’re in a valley. He chats with Brilliant Thoughts host Tristan Ahumada about how he used storytelling, honesty and relationships to further his career. He also …

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Family Traditions: Why They’re the Glue of Great Families

Everyone, particularly children, needs an identity larger than themselves—something they belong to, feel a part of, and gain security and protection from. It is kids who do not get this identity from their families who are drawn to the rituals, “colors,” and traditions of gangs or other identity substitutes for families. Strong traditions exist in …

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Setting Healthy Boundaries: 3 Simple Steps to Establishing Boundaries That Stick

These three scenarios have one thing in common. Can you guess what it is? You just finished exercising, and your mom left you a voicemail: “Hi honey. Can you take me to the doctor tomorrow at 11 a.m.?” You have an important work call then, but you know she’ll be upset if you can’t do …

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