Tell Me a Story….

Professor Galloway is correct.

People who aren’t comfortable selling have to work for other people

I am not sure how I got the gift for storytelling, but I do like to tell them.

Writing here everyday for eleven plus year has helped for sure.

Traveling to meet with investors and other founders smarter than me in a face to face setting to hear their stories has made me a better storyteller.

Trading and investing has made me a better storyteller. The joy of a win and the agony of a loss are all compartmentalized to be told later. It can be cathartic to me and educational to others if a story is told well.

Galloway describes it as the go to marketing strategy going forward

If you can’t code and you can’t tell a story, life will be harder in the workforce as the robots keep keep coming.


Originally published at Howard Lindzon.

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