n our noisy AF world, it’s not enough to tell your story or even share your story.
You need to own your story.
What does that mean? Taking control of how your story comes into the world—from the kernels of ideation to the pop of distribution.
When you own your story, you are the publisher. You decide how it’s told, where it’s told, and when it’s told. It’s your URL. It’s your blog. It’s your email list. It’s your magazine. It’s your annual report. It’s your videos. It’s your photography.
Stories help us understand the world and live better lives. Stories build businesses, communities, and relationships.
So, who’s going to craft your story?