Monday, July 8, 2013

LIVING PROOF: STORIES AS ADVOCACY


I'm pleased to learn about this book released last year, Living Proof: Telling Your Story to Make a Difference. The authors have just recently launched a blog to accompany the book, and it's got some cool material that expands on the themes explored in the book.

The book is a "comprehensive guide to telling your personal story as an effective advocate for your cause or organization." It will help you decide what to tell, deliver your story effectively, and give good presentations and media interviews.

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