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Newsletter 54: Scratch the back of story and..........
Story is not a panacea for all business problems as some would have us believe. However, there are many possibilities for narrative to contribute to business success
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The Switzerland-based IMD Business School have released My Story: create the movie of your life. A clever and fun app, when completed you can download to FaceBook and LinkedIn. Go to this link
You can dramatise your vision and values on:
A lovely personal growth site
Look for this new article in the Member's Archive: The Chain Reaction of Innovation and Imagination and Story:Imagination precedes innovation. Story feeds imagination and feeds off imagination.When Bran Ferrin “looked for unifying characteristics in the great inventions of history, he observed that 'every time something came along that did a better job of story-telling… it fundamentally changed the course of civilisation and was permanent'”.
“Awareness is the greatest agent for change”
- Eckhard Tolle
"Using an effective narrative is one of the fastest, most scalable methods for a leader to mobilize others to achieve sustainable results"
- CCS Consulting
"The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order"
- Alfred North Whitehead
"Stories can be like bacteria or light: they can infect a system or illuminate a world"
- Ben Okri
"Again I rejoiced to rise on my pedestal and have a view of the whole"
- John Stewart Collis (The Worm Forgives the Plough)
"Because a vision softly creeping. Left its seeds while I was sleeping. The vision that was planted in my brain still remains"
- Paul Simon
“Don't follow the crowd, let the crowd follow you”
- Margaret Thatcher
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