How to Recover and Thrive Through a Major Business Crisis
It can be difficult to navigate a crisis on your own, but with the proper tools, it’s possible not only to survive—but to thrive. In this blog, we rounded up some of the ways our clients have adapted to help your company adjust to the new global landscape.
Best Practices for Zoom Webinars & Virtual Conferences
We’ve leaned into virtual communication with our team via Zoom, and we’re helping many of our clients do the same. This guide is a basic orientation for anyone new to Zoom conferencing and webinars—if you’re considering hosting one for your company, keep reading for information that might make the thought a little less intimidating.
Films To Watch During Self-Isolation
We’ve always been huge fans of movies, so we’ve been catching up on some old favorites lately—specifically, films that deal with isolation. Here, we discuss three movies (and what we can learn from them) that are hitting close to home right now.
Creating Content While Your Customers are Stuck at Home
With more people staying home, content consumption is higher than ever before. To help you keep up, we’re sharing six examples of video content you can create to connect with your customers.
How We Can Help Adapt Your Business from In-Person to Virtual
Times are tough, and we’d like to help you as much as we can. In this blog, we share some ways we can assist you in producing content in our current global situation.
You Are a Storyteller: The Myth of the Overnight Success
In this week’s episode, Brian talks about the release of his new graphic novel, “Old Souls,” and the journey from first word to launch.
You Are a Storyteller: The Power of Simplicity
In this week’s episode, we discuss how understanding the power of simplicity allows you to make creative decisions that better serve your story.
You Are a Storyteller: Why Being a Storyteller Matters
In this week’s episode, we’re going back to the basics. You now have a good base for how to construct a story. Here, we tell you why it’s worth it.
You Are a Storyteller: Writing From a Place of Truth
To develop as a storyteller, writers must learn to avoid certain traps. One trap is the temptation to create from a place of ego—making choices to stand out rather than to serve the story.
Mentors and Moments That Inspired Us
Writer Frederick Buechner once wrote, “You can survive on your own; you can grow strong on your own; you can prevail on your own; but you cannot become human on your own.” We are inevitably shaped by our community, but few people offer something so profound that it transforms our lives.
You Are a Storyteller: Directing Q&A
In this week’s episode of You Are a Storyteller, we continue our special two-part Q&A series by answering questions about directing. Once again, we collected all manner of storytelling questions from our faithful followers on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
You Are a Storyteller: Writing Q&A
In this week’s episode of You Are a Storyteller, we take a break in our regularly scheduled programming to answer questions from our audience! We collected all manner of storytelling questions from our faithful followers on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.