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Your Story Blows Me Away: Secrets of Amazing Storytelling for Businesses
Stop beating around the bush. Get people to pay attention. Scrap those bullet points. Talk in a way that makes hearts flutter. Learn how to tell your story so that everyone who hears it cares and remembers. Columnist Dave Lieber has been working for more than 30 years to get his newspaper audiences to not turn the page on him. In today's world, it's harder than ever to get people to notice you. But there's one tried and true method that works every time. Dave will share his simple-to-use storytelling method and customize it for your industry. You can use these techniques immediately to increase sales, get that contract, and increase your loyal fan base whose members will help you, fund you, support you and care about you.
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About Dave Lieber:
For 30 years, Dave Lieber, a humorist and storyteller, has used stories to help change our world. Dave works as The Watchdog investigative columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and is one of Texas' most popular speakers.
He won the Katie Award from the Dallas Press Club as the Best Columnist in the U.S. Southwest. He is co-founder of one of North Texas' largest children's charities, Summer Santa, which serves thousands of children each year through a volunteer service that has no office or paid staff.
His work for Summer Santa earned him the Will Rogers Humanitarian Award which goes to the U.S. newspaper columnist whose work produces positive effects on the lives of readers.
He is the author of two popular books, The Dog of My Nightmares: Stories by Texas Columnist Dave Lieber and Dave Lieber's Watchdog Nation: Bite Back When Businesses and Scammers Do You Wrong.
His author Web site is www.YankeeCowboy.com and his book site is www.WatchdogNation.com