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How to Tell Stories That Create Action

A guest post by Robert Wu of CauseVox and Annie Escobar of ListenIn Pictures. From the beginning of humanity, stories have been about how we make sense of the world and explain our existence. A person without a story does not exist. Research even shows that our brains are wired for storytelling. When we are [...]
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