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Forget the Facts! Tell a Story!

Stories have this magical power to make our rational minds, our evaluative mechanisms, and our analytical left-hemisphere shut down (or at least go numb). Don’t worry; this isn’t something to be scared of. We haven’t gone brain dead; we have simply opened up other, more creative parts of our minds and given them a chance…

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No Story. No Business. – now available at Amazon

The one who has no story will not sell anything at any successful scale. The one who uses a well sculpted story will not only sell more but his customers will re-tell the story to friends and family and sales will scale and multiply. That´s the magical touch of a good story. The StorySculptors new…

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Contingent Communication

Our brain is like our skin an interface from the inner world to the outer world. If Dr. Dan Siegels, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, assumption is correct, and it sure sounds fair enough, it’s looking for feedback all the time. The brains is sending out signals and is desperate to…

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Contagious Yawning

In my new upcoming book “I like you, let’s do business” or “the competitive advantage of being liked” I write about how to get in rapport with others, may it be customers or suppliers, friends or new met strangers. While doing research on this topic I came across yawning and this cool explanation about why…

Know Your Goals and Stay Focused!

Know your goals and stay focused! According to a study, successful people invest at least 15 minutes a day just thinking. This isn’t just random daydreaming, though. They’re planning. They think about what they want to do and how they should do it. Then they think about whether they are approaching their goal from the…

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Why do stories work?

It’s our brain. That’s the reason. It only works in connecting things. And it always wants to establish a connection between cause and effect. Well, if we’re being honest, then it is not the brain’s fault. Not really. It’s simply the type and manner in which we function as human beings. We are always looking…