The stories you tell become the voice people hear
Emotions are at play even when you’re writing for your business and the stories you tell become the voice people hear. I’ve touched on this in a new article recently set as the Wednesday Genius About page.
I’ve also added a link to my one-to-one coaching in marketing and copywriting — let me know if you’d like to find out more.
Here’s what I’ve been writing lately on Wednesday Genius.
- Marketing Makes Everyone an Entrepreneur — Even you — this goes into the dodginess of those 6 figure income courses
- 3 Ways “Boundary Interference” is Derailing Your Business — ways to get out of the echo chamber
- The Illusion of Privacy in Business — are we voluntarily giving up privacy because it’s the easier choice?
- Power-up Your Business Story With a Setting — incorporate environmental, logistical, and social factors into your story
And here’s a couple from my other publications:
- The Street Where Neighbours Cry and Thorns Grow Roses — someone on facebook described this as a poignant memoir piece, someone else said it was feel-good and uplifting, and someone else said it was funny and sarcastic. What do you think?
- The Maintenance Man and His Drill — this is an anecdote from when I lived in Dubai.
If you have questions, please feel free to get in touch.