Apr 22, 2020 • 47M

How to Adapt Your Personal and Brand Stories In Uncertain Times?

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Shlomi Ron
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As we’re all locked down at home for a couple of weeks now to slow down the expansion of the coronavirus pandemic, I realized there is a unique storytelling dynamic at play here that begs the question:

How do you adapt your personal and brand story in uncertain times? You see, if you let your personal worries take over and the story you tell yourself is negative, how can you expect to tell an inspiring brand story to your employees and customers? And this is the topic for our show today.

To unpack this topic and discuss the threads that connect the personal and brand stories we tell, I am excited to have Natalie Kusturic, a Licensed Marriage And Family Therapist, and Jennifer Hudson, corporate communications strategist at Think Beyond Public Relations.

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Learn more about our guest on VSI blog: https://www.visualstorytell.com/blog/how-to-adapt-your-personal-brand-stories-in-uncertain-times

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