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Are you lost for words when it comes to talking about yourself?
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You can use stories in your business in many places. Choose whether you want people to read, listen or watch them. As well as using them in your blog and social media, they are a useful way to introduce presentations and speeches.
Stories can be however long you want, as long as you hold your audience’s attention.
It can be 6 words, it can be 6,000 words, or 60,000. The length doesn’t matter. You need to be telling a story people can relate to and that makes them feel something.
When you’re deciding which stories to tell, think about your audience. Is it a story they will find relevant and engaging? Will it be entertaining or enlightening for them?
If you have started a business then it can’t be boring. It interests you and there is a market for it. Think about the difference you make and your customer’s stories. What do you enable people to do? What would the world look like if you weren’t in it?