Sep 3, 2017
Often, it's incredibly difficult to connect with your audience.
We’ve all been in that frustrating position. It's not easy to find the common ground that can make the difference between a message working or not. But there is one big aspect that everyone on earth can relate to, and you can use to your advantage and create a powerful message.
Joining us from Amsterdam is Lucas Keijning, a creative member of the NEMO Science Museum. Lucas’ job is to make science fun and accessible to people of all ages, and to do this, he appeals to the common factor in us all: the inner kid. Even though we put it away, we all have a childlike mind that wants to explore and understand. By using this discovery mindset, you can craft a powerful story that resonates with any audience.
Lucas is publishing a new children's interactive ebook, Mr. and Mrs. Slob, complete with all the sound effects you'd expect with a slobby couple. And the kids are going to love it.
He even got Dutch American comic, Greg Shapiro, to narrate it. Shapiro is famous in the Netherlands for introducing Donald Trump to the Dutch in this video that came out after the election.
Tune into today's show and learn how people of all ages can transform into an excited, curious, and fascinated lod again.
Mentioned In The Show
Park Howell is a trusted brand story strategist and sought-after keynote speaker on story marketing. He has helped international brands, including Coca-Cola, Beyer Pharmaceutical, Cummins Diesel, American Express, and United States Air Force.
The widely popular Business of Story podcast helps leaders of purpose-driven organizations clarify their stories to grow revenue and amplify their impact. Each episode brings you the brightest content creators, advertising creatives, authors, screenwriters, makers, marketers, and brand raconteurs that show you how to craft and tell compelling brand stories that sell.