Storytelling in job interviews.
Try to avoid waffling in job interviews.
When telling a story, stick to the fundamental details that will get your point across — where it happened, who was involved, your role, and your result.
Breaking the ice.
Need a quick icebreaker for your meeting or workshop?
Tell a dumb story. Any story. As long as it made you laugh.
It’s a natural way to get people loosened up and chatting — people will likely follow up with questions or even tell their own stories.
How to run a successful business.
If you follow the next bit of advice, your business will likely succeed beyond your wildest dreams:
“Care about your customer more than you care about yourself.”
It's that simple.