Today's post is a Venn diagram, showing how your professional/business ecology combines to create your story.
Not long ago I gave a talk on tips for presenting using PowerPoint for those who were new to it. I thought I’d share the thoughts I had on using PowerPoint in your presentations. Remember, not every talk you give needs to have a PowerPoint. The PowerPoint should emphasize what you are saying, rather than what you are saying emphasizing what is on your PowerPoint.
1. Know Your Audience
Storycology came about by observing stories about careers, career transition, and a strong desire to improve my own story. It is fueled by my passion for the professional and the expertise it takes for them to do their job day in and day out. It was driven by curiosity about how some people smoothly and seemingly without much effort achieve career goals and move from one position to another.
After a life-changing series of events that brought my life to a blank canvas, I discovered how to influence my own ecology of systems that support my happiness and my ability to make an impact.
Dori "Story" Gilbert is Chief Storycologist; passionate about professionals, their journey, and their ability to direct a career story they love.