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Story Factor

Annette Simmons

Story Factor

Inspiration, Influence, and Persuasion Through the Art of Sto

by Annette Simmons

  • 240 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English


ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7602232M
ISBN 100613917197
ISBN 109780613917193

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The Story Factor is not only a book you need, it's a book that the world desperately needs."― Lisa Bloom, Founder, Story Coach "Simmons beautifully captures the role stories play in solving human problems/5().

The Story Factor book. Read 97 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The new material for this revised edition offers an expanded case /5.

The Story Factor: Inspiration, Influence, and Persuasion through the Art of Storytelling - Kindle edition by Simmons, Annette, Doug Lipman. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Story Factor: Inspiration, Influence, and Persuasion through the Art of Storytelling/5().

“The Story Factor remains required reading for anyone working at the intersection of communication and culture. For better or worse, the future requires storytellers willing to imagine what is truly good for humans and wield their power thoughtfully.

I’m grateful that Annette’s wonderful book is confronting the ethical aspects of the. Chapter 1. The Six Stories You Need to Know How to Tell To be a person is to have a story to tell.

Isak Dinesen Skip looked into the sea of suspicious stockholders and wondered what might convince them to follow his leadership.

He looked 13 and was third generation rich. He could tell they assumed he would be an unholy disaster as a Size: KB. The Story Factor: Inspiration, Influence, and Persuasion Through the Art of Storytelling has one consistent message: that storytelling is a critical skill for business communication and public speaking.

Author Annette Simmons weaves hundreds of stories into The Story stories — drawn from cultures around the world — illustrate well the power of story in /5. A story can cut through and create engagement – What Kafka said about a good book can be applied to story: ‘It should be an axe for the frozen sea around us’.

Stories as vehicles. Stories spread – A story is like a virus – it grows rapidly and gets spread easily. It is an easily transferable vehicle of ideas and meaning.

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I had previously read another book in this series; so was looking forward to seeing how the story/series began. I was disappointed. The story itself was OK, but the whole "Covert-One" aspect was literally first touched in the Epilogue/5.

The Story Factor explains what a powerful tool narratives can be, and unravels the art of telling your own stories. Stories are far more effective than mere facts or figures when you're making a presentation or trying to inspire people to take action.

"The Story Factor" by Annette Simmons is the best book I have read in a very long time. In fact in this pioneering work she has shown her gift for genius(we all have it, just don't all get it out there)by marrying together two seemingly 5/5(3).

And now she has written a book that, like all great books, points out the emerging truth in a way that allows us to stop overlooking it. What is so special about The Story Factor. It brings together three trends that have belonged together all along.

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The Story Factor paved the way for me to do rewarding work building communities and broadening education. With this third edition Annette proves once again that her knowledge and insights are alive and more relevant than ever."--Peter Fruhmann, Founder of "After 20 years of reading every book written on storytelling, the Story /5(K).

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A refreshing antidote to traditional feel-good, inspirational business ethics, it examines the right-versus-right. The Human Factor is an espionage novel by Graham Greene, first published in and adapted into the film The Human Factor, directed by Otto Preminger using a screenplay by Tom Stoppard.

Plot summary. Maurice Castle is an aging bureaucrat in the British secret service d to a black African woman with whom he fell in love during his previous stint in Author: Graham Greene. Storytelling is a powerful tool to get your message across to all types of people.

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These stories, combined with practical storytelling techniques, show anyone how to become a more effective Book Report - The Story Factor File Size: 45KB. In Sample and Collum put out a self-published book called The Men on the Sixth Floor which detailed Factor's story. The book was largely ignored because in the wake of Stone's box office success with JFK the market was deluged with books about the assassination, plus a self-published book is often regarded by the public as not being good.