Rachel Maunder: Using Stories To Get More Business – #126
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Publication Date |
Oct 06, 2021
Episode Duration |
00:33:19

Rachel Maunder helps people tell their story in a way they’ve not told it before, working with them on finding and crafting their stories for greater engagement, greater impact, and ultimately more business.

As speaking became a more and more significant part of her business model and challenged her to share more of her story, Rachel found herself held back by a belief that she didn’t have a story to share. This set her on a path to see the value in her own stories and to find a way to bring ordinary everyday stories to her speaking.

An experienced coach and trainer, she has developed her unique and simple StoryCRAFT process to help others do the same.

She is an active member of the London branch of the PSA (Professional Speaking Association). In 2022 she will become Regional President.

Questions:

  • your own speaking career started in the courtroom. What relevance does that have for what you’re doing now?
  • Why would an experienced speaker need help to tell their story?
  • What are the three stories business owners, business leaders and speakers should be telling
  • The value of telling the bigger stories of achievement, adversity, etc is obvious, but is there really a value in sharing everyday stories?

https://speakersu.com/using-stories-to…ore-business-126/ ‎

Rachel Maunder helps people tell their story in a way they’ve not told it before, working with them on finding and crafting their stories for greater engagement, greater impact, and ultimately more business.

Rachel Maunder helps people tell their story in a way they’ve not told it before, working with them on finding and crafting their stories for greater engagement, greater impact, and ultimately more business.

As speaking became a more and more significant part of her business model and challenged her to share more of her story, Rachel found herself held back by a belief that she didn’t have a story to share. This set her on a path to see the value in her own stories and to find a way to bring ordinary everyday stories to her speaking.

An experienced coach and trainer, she has developed her unique and simple StoryCRAFT process to help others do the same.

She is an active member of the London branch of the PSA (Professional Speaking Association). In 2022 she will become Regional President.

Questions:

  • your own speaking career started in the courtroom. What relevance does that have for what you’re doing now?
  • Why would an experienced speaker need help to tell their story?
  • What are the three stories business owners, business leaders and speakers should be telling
  • The value of telling the bigger stories of achievement, adversity, etc is obvious, but is there really a value in sharing everyday stories?

https://speakersu.com/using-stories-to…ore-business-126/ ‎

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