StorySpeak always captures attention.
It is to the human heart what food is to the body.
What is StorySpeak?
When Warren Buffett, the second richest man in the US and holder of the unofficial title “America’s Greatest StorySpeaker” was asked, “Do you enjoy your work?” he replied, “I tap-dance to work.” That’s StorySpeak.
Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a Dream” speech was delivered in StorySpeak. So was Steve Jobs’ legendary Stanford commencement speech in 2005. As was Queen Elizabeth 1st “I have the body of a woman; but the heart and stomach of a king” speech as she lead her troops to victory in 1588.
In 1975, two screenwriters walked into a Hollywood producer’s office and said three words, “jaws in space,” and the blockbuster movie Alien was born. Pure StorySpeak. The names PayPal, Apple and Windows? StorySpeak. Mohammed Ali’s “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee” is StorySpeak.
Almost every successful book, movie or song ever written relies on StorySpeak to motivate and inspire people as does every riveting conversation, presentation and communication.
Great communicators, since the beginning of time, have depended on StorySpeak to change attitudes and behaviors, rally and inspire loyalty, and forge emotional connections – in as little as 30 seconds.