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Art of Story-Telling: Social Stories

  1. 1. Part I:
  2. 2. The Art ofStorytelling
  3. 3. little girl
  4. 4. retreat
  5. 5. adventure
  6. 6. HEROES
  7. 7. good > evil
  8. 8. why do we love stories?
  9. 9. interact
  10. 10. make sense
  11. 11. link
  12. 12. shape
  13. 13. my story
  14. 14. POWERFUL
  15. 15. formula
  16. 16. “If you’re going to have astory, have a big story, ornone at all.” ~Joseph Campbell
  17. 17. my story
  18. 18. stumbled
  19. 19. “Social Media Expert”
  20. 20. homeschool
  21. 21. learn
  22. 22. assumptions
  23. 23. expectations
  24. 24. So how did ithappen that Iended up here?
  25. 25. technology
  26. 26. social media
  27. 27. people
  28. 28. power
  29. 29. community
  30. 30. website
  31. 31. me != web developer
  32. 32. me != web designer
  33. 33. curious
  34. 34. motivated
  35. 35. dedicated
  36. 36. passionate
  37. 37. curious
  38. 38. Department ofInstitutional Effectiveness
  39. 39. ?????
  40. 40. job
  41. 41. YES
  42. 42. me = web developer
  43. 43. Creativerse
  44. 44. finally made it
  45. 45. lonely
  46. 46. intellectually & emotionally
  47. 47. technology
  48. 48. code
  49. 49. social networking
  50. 50. community
  51. 51. tribe
  52. 52. SxSW
  53. 53. wall flower
  54. 54. tribes
  55. 55. evil genius
  56. 56. twitter? facebook?
  57. 57. My[___]
  58. 58. web 2.0
  59. 59. list
  60. 60. Robert ScobleMolly HolzschlagJeffery Zeldman Jason Fried Jim Coudal
  61. 61. Robert ScobleMolly HolzschlagJeffery Zeldman Jason Fried Jim Coudal
  62. 62. scoble show
  63. 63. scoble show
  64. 64. famous
  65. 65. twitter = tipping point
  66. 66. direct message
  67. 67. half moon bay
  68. 68. bagpipe players?
  69. 69. titans
  70. 70. YES
  71. 71. twitter friends
  72. 72. secret handshake
  73. 73. trust
  74. 74. social proof
  75. 75. social capital
  76. 76. trump is to business
  77. 77. kawasaki is toentrepreneurship
  78. 78. YES
  79. 79. baggage claim
  80. 80. who?
  81. 81. mashable
  82. 82. stalker
  83. 83. pete cashmore wants to stalk me?
  84. 84. stumbled
  85. 85. YES
  86. 86. role
  87. 87. what’s my purpose?
  88. 88. story teller
  89. 89. story keeper
  90. 90. champion of the good
  91. 91. Behind every startup is a story.
  92. 92. The stories we tell literally make our world.
  93. 93. 6 Stories YouMUST Learn to Tell
  94. 94. more information
  95. 95. faith
  96. 96. story
  97. 97. sustain
  98. 98. meaningful
  99. 99. “Story is your path to creating faith”
  100. 100. “Who Am I?”
  101. 101. “Why Am I Here?”
  102. 102. “The Vision” Story
  103. 103. “If we’re not creating leadersthan we’re not doing our job” ~Kathy BinghamDirector of the Office of Aging
  104. 104. “Teaching” Stories
  105. 105. “Values-in-Action” Stories
  106. 106. “I show them that if Roberto was able todo it - than they can do it too. A lot oftimes I feel like their family or parent.” ~Roberto Navarro Director of Young Adult & Campus Ministry
  107. 107. “I Know What You Are Thinking” Stories
  108. 108. “People get excited abouthistory when they see how theyfit into the story - andsuddenly the story becomestheir story” ~Lisa May Director of Archives
  109. 109. To Change The World
  110. 110. your stories
  111. 111. change the world
  112. 112. faith
  113. 113. “People don’t reach out for help. They areembarrassed.” ~Ann Schorno Executive Director St. Vincent de Paul Society
  114. 114. shame is universal
  115. 115. nobody talks about it
  116. 116. <you talk >you have
  117. 117. listening
  118. 118. “If a story is not about thehearer he will not listen. Andhere I make a rule - a greatand interesting story is abouteveryone or it will not last.” ~John Steinbeck
  119. 119. “To be a person is to have astory to tell.” ~Isak Dinesen
  120. 120. surrounding
  121. 121. miss
  122. 122. pay attention
  123. 123. more funding
  124. 124. awareness
  125. 125. attention
  126. 126. “Attention is the most concreteexpression of love. What youpay attention to thrives. Whatyou do not pay attention towithers and dies.” ~Karen Miller
  127. 127. “Where do you invest your time,your life, and your love,knowing that whatever you payattention to thrives?”
  128. 128. formula
  129. 129. call to adventure
  130. 130. refusal of the call
  131. 131. supernatural aid
  132. 132. crossing of the first threshold
  133. 133. the belly of the whale
  134. 134. the road of trials
  135. 135. the meeting with the goddess
  136. 136. atonement with the father
  137. 137. apotheosis
  138. 138. the ultimate boon
  139. 139. refusal of the return
  140. 140. the magic flight
  141. 141. rescue from without
  142. 142. the crossing of the return threshold
  143. 143. master of the two worlds
  144. 144. freedom to live
  145. 145. “If you’re going to have astory, have a big story, ornone at all.” ~Joseph Campbell
  146. 146. “If a story is not about thehearer he will not listen. Andhere I make a rule - a greatand interesting story is abouteveryone or it will not last.” ~John Steinbeck
  147. 147. Exercise: BIG STORY
  148. 148. Part II:
  149. 149. Social Proof, Social Capital & Social Engagement
  150. 150. best friend
  151. 151. the whuffie factor
  152. 152. social capital
  153. 153. down & out in the magic kingdom
  154. 154. whuffie = $
  155. 155. whuffie = $ocial capital
  156. 156. 3 flavors
  157. 157. bonding
  158. 158. bridging
  159. 159. linking
  160. 160. recommendations
  161. 161. social proof
  162. 162. be a lone nut.
  163. 163. Social Capital
  164. 164. Influence
  165. 165. Conventional‣ Change others’ minds‣ Debate‣ Compete‣ Prevail
  166. 166. New Influence‣ Change your mind‣ Dialogue‣ Admire‣ Engage
  167. 167. social engagement
  168. 168. in group community
  169. 169. formalize your circle
  170. 170. private stories/ language
  171. 171. limited numbers
  172. 172. abundance
  173. 173. co-opetition
  174. 174. credit is infinitely divisible
  175. 175. “If you hide the truth, someone will findthe truth”. ~John Moore
  176. 176. why truth?
  177. 177. more information
  178. 178. faith
  179. 179. story
  180. 180. sustain
  181. 181. meaningful
  182. 182. “Story is your path to creating faith”
  183. 183. Exercise: TRUST
  184. 184. Part III:
  185. 185. The Science of Social Good
  186. 186. fish where the fish are
  187. 187. “Jesus always meets peoplewhere they are. We need to meetthem where they are.” ~Father Ballman on Social Networking
  188. 188. 140conf
  189. 189. 140conf
  190. 190. Jeff Pulver
  191. 191. Alan
  192. 192. serendipity
  193. 193. invisible
  194. 194. Mark Horvath
  195. 195. Mark Horvath
  196. 196. There but by thegrace of God go I.
  197. 197. causes
  198. 198. widgets
  199. 199. karmaky
  200. 200. Exercise: Social Good
  201. 201. Part IV:
  202. 202. Let’s Get Social
  203. 203. “Social Media is Word-of-Mouthor Community Based Marketingthat leverages Technology as aPlatform for Conversations.” ~Erica O’Grady
  204. 204. America in 1908
  205. 205. Relationships Matter
  206. 206. People Matter
  207. 207. Social Capital
  208. 208. Your Reputation Matters
  209. 209. 7 Categories of Social Media
  210. 210. Publishing Platforms
  211. 211. Social Networking Sites
  212. 212. Democratized Content Networks
  213. 213. Virtual Networking Platforms
  214. 214. Information Aggregators
  215. 215. Edited Social News Platforms
  216. 216. Content Distribution Sites
  217. 217. TOOLS
  218. 218. BLOGS
  219. 219. BLOGS RSS
  220. 220. WikisBLOGS RSS
  221. 221. Wikis Social NetworksBLOGS RSS
  222. 222. Wikis Social NetworksBLOGS Social Bookmarking/ Social News RSS
  223. 223. Switch to Internet/ Practical
  224. 224. Exercise: Social Practice
  225. 225. Questions?

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