Good morning! As you know from my podcast and recent presentation and Podcamp Nashville, I’m pretty enamored with stories. More than just telling a good story though, I’ve been diving in pretty deep to the structure and creation of stories. Great writers and storytellers like Donald Miller and Joseph Campbell have shared wonderful frameworks, and important research by Brock and Green underscores the importance of narrative based presentations and conversations. In essence…
Stories win, data dumps lose.
Another group of incredible storytellers are the writers and directors at Pixar. Andrew Stanton is one of those great storytellers, and shares with us in this TED talk that he was “made for story”. I loved the stories and clues he used throughout his talk, and I’m sure you will enjoy it as well. I’ve embedded the video (brief cursing at the beginning) and my sketchnotes are below. Enjoy!
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