How storymaking and storytelling succeed: 3 steps to good stories



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Storytelling is indispensable in modern marketing and successful corporate communications. This requires narrative material. Effective stories, which can be counted, however, do not simply arise. They are made. And then deliberately spread. So you not only find new good employees, but also customers who buy. How storymaking and storytelling succeed: 3 steps to good stories How storymaking and storytelling succeed: 3 steps to good stories

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Why stories are so very effective

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People love to share their stories with other people. Especially when we are touched emotionally, we like to tell. Social sharing is called in the language of the web. It serves - besides sharing - also the ordering of feelings. Negative feelings can be mitigated by talking about them. This provides relief.

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Positive feelings, on the other hand, can be amplified and prolonged by talking about them. Contents with low emotional value are hardly shared with others, whereas very emotionalizing content is often shared. In this way, vendors can be on everyone's lips. This happens especially when they tell content as a story. The more emotional, the more viral.

Stories translate information into emotion

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Stories draw us magically in their spell. They increase credibility because they are much more memorable than numbers, data and facts. When masterfully told, they have an incredible psychological power. They make you curious and captivate your attention.

They loosen up and relax. They awaken the feeling of familiarity. They address and activate the imagination. They even make comprehensible connections understandable. And they increase the conviction. They encourage listening, understanding, keeping and agreeing without being oppressed.

Good stories are cinema in the thinker

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Brain researchers believe that every thought and decision process is accompanied by inner images that our brain constructs in a ceaseless process of creation. These constructions are based on images of perceptions which send our senses to the brain convolutions, the images of memories of earlier experiences, and the inner images of the imagination.

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Good salespeople and exciting brands set a real head cinema in motion with their stories. Marketing people call the Brain Scripts. "We are all looking for our own story. The Brain Scripts, the stories of the others, help us with this, "writes Austrian media dramaturge Christian Mikunda in his book The Forbidden Place or The Staged Seduction.

3 Steps to a good story: Management needs story-tellers

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If the bossed, fixed-minded managers would finally only understand: people prefer to be seduced by stories rather than by factual representations and sober facts. Although PowerPoint presentations are popular, it is extremely unprofessional to want to win over them.

Incidentally, US scientist and Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman has experimentally proved that it is not the person who acquires the power of interpretation who gathers the best arguments, but the one who tells the most coherent story. In addition, stories make the Company and their employees also more human.

1. Story making instead of storytelling

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Storymaking stands before the story. This requires surprising products, fascinating service, extraordinary encounters. What people tell about it must be sought and found. Altogether there are three directions:

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  • Stories from the company,
  • Stories about his co-workers,
  • Stories from and with customers.

For example, you can report on what successes customers are getting with their help, which personalities are involved in your products, or in what exciting places they are being used. You can tell stories about special people in your company and episodes of their everyday business life to the best.

The look behind the scenes is of interest. Chat about special production methods, rare resources and (hopefully positive) events from their countries of origin. You can reveal the stories behind inventors and their innovations or outline the future of your industry.

2. Very productive: stories about the beginning

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Even curiosities from the early days of a company make good stories. At Innocent, the European market leader in smoothie fruit juices, it sounds like this: Our story started with 1998 when our founders Richard, Jon and Adam came up with the idea of ​​making smoothies. They bought British pounds sterling for 500, made smoothies and offered them at a jazz festival in London.

There was a sign in front of their booth asking, "Should we give up our jobs to continue making smoothies?" Below them, they had placed two trashcans, one standing yes, the other no. On Sunday evening, the yes-bucket was full of empty bottles. On Monday they went to work and quit their jobs to start Innocent.

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3. For example, the founding myth of Apple

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Walter Isaacson revives the founding myth of Apple in his biography of Steve Jobs. It all started in the year 1976. The young company desperately needs a name. At first, the founders come up with all kinds of technical terms. Jobs has just finished a fruit diet and has returned from an apple orchard.

Inspired by this, he proposes after initially unsuccessful search the name Apple. That sounds friendly and peppy to him and takes the computer world coolness and sharpness. In addition, they would stand in front of Atari in the phone book. He tells his partner, Steve Wozniak, that he wants to stay with the name Apple if they can not think of anything better until the next day the founding application is made. And so it happened.


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