Here’s How to Dig for Story Gold

The first known gold rush began on January, 24, 1848.

A prospector by the name of Jim Marshall discovered gold in Coloma, California and before too long news of this find attracted more than 300,000 fortune hunters. They were called “Forty-Niners” (as in 1849) as a multitude of sailing ships and covered wagons converged in what is now known as The Golden State.

A similar gold rush is underway. Bringing game-changing prosperity to companies, communities and careers anxious to embrace treasures that are buried within.

If you are ready to dig deep into the heart of what makes your business, product, personal or professional brand special, we are Digging for Story Gold on this edition of The Reinvention Chronicles.

“A good story transcends boundaries, breaks barriers, opens doors, evokes emotion, and forges a connection.” BLAKE MYCOSKIE

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Originally published at on October 19, 2015.

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