What's Your Story?
"At the fundamental core of what your company is and what they do, is who they are. The story."
The way you share your story is the way people see and remember you. In today’s noisy Internet-driven space, your story has the potential to stand out or get lost in the static.
Did you know that 90% of internet start-ups end almost as quickly as they start? Or that offline brick and mortar businesses make significantly less money without an active online presence? And, that investors are less likely to invest in company’s that don’t have a consistent digital identity? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could find your unique digital voice and stand out in a crowd?
You need a Digital Storyteller—A dynamic Communication Expert (CoE) who’s ready to help you share your story, build and enhance your brand through social media, public relations, customer experience (CX) and more. Clients, customers, followers and investors connect because of stories. Help them relate to yours.
“If you wish to influence an individual or a group to embrace a particular value in their daily lives, tell them a compelling story.”
– Annette Simmons
I’m Available for all manner of digital storytelling. I can do it for you, help you do it yourself, or hire a team; whatever your budget, we can do great things together. Let’s connect, because I can’t wait to hear your story!
I specialize in visual, verbal and written communication and I can help you create a lasting impression. I’ve spent my career developing and marketing brands in a variety of industries and giving them a voice. I’ve shared my own stories as a popular keynote speaker, entrepreneur, blogger and author. Multiply that by my many years of coaching and developing people; and I’m your CoE2 gal! Let me put my voice, compulsion for communicating effectively, my internet savvy, adeptness at research and my CX opinions to work for you!
“We are, as a species, addicted to story. Even when the body goes to sleep, the mind stays up all night, telling itself stories.”
– Jonathan Gottschall
“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing about.”
– Benjamin Franklin