Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Blog Carnival of Business Stories and Anecdotes

Storytelling is a wonderful tool in business and each fortnight I want to hold a blog carnival of anecdotes and stories that either motivates you or that you can use as part of your presentations. If you have a blog article to submit for future carnivals then here is the link

Charles H. Green presents Trust Tip 45: The Three-Second Rule posted at Trust Matters, saying, "The three-second rule can help you win your audience before you even begin telling your story."

Anna presents Corporate Diarrhoea at The Engaging Brand

Praveen presents Business Lessons From Goldman Sachs posted at My Simple Trading System.

Heather presents Using Podcasting as a Business Tool posted at Women in Podcasting

Ruth Mitchell presents Creativity Can Lead to Longevity posted at Buy Outside the Box, saying, "Creativity is the key to quality of life."

Alan presents Its all about Family - Keys to Unlock your Inner Potential posted at Made to Be Great.

Jack Yoest presents Mothers Working At Home posted at Reasoned Audacity, saying, "More and more women are turning to home-based businesses as a way to find emotional balance with their work and with their children.

Jimmy Atkinson presents How to Ace Your Job Interview: 88 Surefire Tips and Tricks | OEDb posted at OEDb: Online Education Database.

Debra Moorhead presents The Wal-Mart Pharmacist posted at Debra

Laura Ricci presents Two Steps for Change posted at Laura's Winning Ideas, saying, "Teaching a principle of changing behavior with a story"

Karen Lynch presents Showing up for Success posted at LivethePower, saying, ""Showing up" means more than just physically being there."

Alan presents Risk Taking - Living life to the fullest posted at Made to Be Great

Barbra Sundquist presents Who Pushes Your Buttons? posted at HomeBusinessWiz..

Wilson Ng presents Profits Straight to the Bottom Line posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife, saying, "As a business owner, understanding your cost structure in view of optimizing bottom lines, and maximizing price making decisions is a must."

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Business 101: Teaching Myself Entrepreneurship posted at The Digerati Life.

Debra Moorhead presents “The Science of Getting Rich” Evaluated, Part Two posted at Debra

Vahid Chaychi presents 7 Common Things Between a Good Website and an Active Volcano! posted at Internet and Search Engine Marketing, saying, "There are 7 common things between a good website and an active volcano. If your website has these 7 common things, it is a good one otherwise you have to make some changes in it."

Benjamin Yoskovitz presents Always Gunning For The Next Big Score posted at Instigator Blog, saying, "Using a personal experience of being in a cab (and being surprised by it) I try and related those experiences to business and ways of succeeding in business."

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
anecdotes and stories for business
using our
carnival submission form.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on our

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