The Science of Storytelling: Why We Love Stories

Everyone loves a good story.

Joshua VanDeBrake
Sep 27, 2018 · 5 min read

Oxytocin is a “feel good” hormone.

Looking even deeper

Your brain places you inside the story.

Take a look at any Disney movie.

Stories make us feel like part of something bigger than ourselves.

Storytelling + Marketing

1. “About”

2. Case Studies

That is how you engage your customers and become a storytelling brand.

Everyone loves a good story.

Thank you for reading! 👏

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Passionate about Marketing, Startups, & VC. Full-Stack Marketer. Ambivert. Millennial.

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Passionate about Marketing, Startups, & VC. Full-Stack Marketer. Ambivert. Millennial.

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