Julian Friedmann: The mystery of storytelling

The mystery of storytelling: Julian Friedmann at TEDxEaling
TEDx Talks
2012

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The audience actually wants to work for their meal

The Clues To A Great Story
Andrew Stanton
TED2012
https://www.ted.com/talks/andrew_stanton_the_clues_to_a_great_story

“But, do they call me McGregor the Builder? No!”
Storytelling is joke telling

Make me care

6:35 The audience actually wants to work for their meal. They just don’t wanna know that they’re doing that!

9:00
You’re born with a temperament, and you’re wired a certain way. And you don’t have any say about it. And there’s no changing it. All you can do is learn to recognize it, and own it. …
A major threshold is passed when you mature enough to acknowledge what drives you and to take the wheel and steer it.

… and you’re still learning who you are

10:00
British playwright William Archer:
“Drama is anticipation mingled with uncertainty.”
When you’re telling a story, have you constructed anticipation?

15:00
“Who are you?”
Everything Lawrence did was an attempt for him to figure out where his place was in the world

16:33
the secret sauce is: Can you invoke wonder?

https://blog.ted.com/how-to-tell-a-great-story-visualized

TEDxSMU 2013: The power of storytelling

The power of storytelling to change the world: Dave Lieber at TEDxSMU 2013
TEDx Talks
Nov 26, 2013

Dave Lieber is the national-award-winning Watchdog newspaper columnist for The Dallas Morning News, a prize-winning author and storytelling expert. For his investigative newspaper column, Dave receives 50 pitches a week for story ideas – and takes the best two. He knows how to find and identify memorable stories that people care about.

Rich Sheridan on Storytelling

Rich Sheridan on Storytelling
By Menlo Innovations
July 6, 2015
http://menloinnovations.com/blog/2015/07/audio-rich-sheridan-on-storytelling

Menlo CEO and Chief Storyteller Rich Sheridan joined Karen Dietz to talk about storytelling for her Just Story It Podcast.
Rich gives a little background into how storytelling became part of Menlo’s tradition and why he thinks storytelling has woven its way into the fabric of business.

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Managing Talent
University of Michigan
https://www.coursera.org/learn/managing-talent