In my podcast series “Evolving Media” (yeah, my imagination didn’t reach further than just taking the name from this blog and using it for the podcast series as well… but hey, why change a winning concept?) I’m privileged to be able to chat with some of the brighter minds in the media sphere to talk…Read more Checklist for creators – are we really doing what we should be doing?
Building a narrative, a project, a campaign is much like being a skilled DJ, fully in tune with the people on the dancefloor, with a deep knowledge of the music at hand and a mind trained to intuitively read the vibe of a large crowd of people. Back in the days - and we’re now…Read more Playing to the masses
Earlier this week I published a couple of posts, one about corporate storytelling and the other about the need for anyone in any field related to an audience to start honing and defining their own narrative and their own story world. This notion of storytelling as a vehicle and a method of gaining and keeping…Read more Your story vehicle
In a blog post yesterday I talked about the topic of corporate storytelling and how I see it as a natural way of engaging with the audience and the customer base for any company or organisation. Now, some discussions I’ve been having over the past couple of days have touched upon what I view as…Read more Crafting the story of you
How can corporations use storytelling to become better and more profitable? Well, in much the same way everyone else can do it. I’ve spent a couple of days this week at the Nordisk Panorama festival and have presented my company to a number of people. I’ve explained how we have a core competence spanning over…Read more Corporate storytelling – the what and the why
This post is a follow-up to my post about The Art of the Ask from earlier this year. In this post, I explore deeper into the last of the Asks I talked about - the Self Ask. I’ve always been inclined to say a resounding “YES!” when someone has suggested a project, a collaboration, a new…Read more Asking yourself the right Ask
I will hazard a guess that very few readers of this blog missed that Pokemon Go was a bit of a success last year. It was great fun. For a while, for me, but for far longer for other people. And if Pokemon Go showed one thing, it was that Augmented Reality could work extremely…Read more Location based and engaging – telling stories through your everyday world