Is STORYTELLING really the most powerful tool of all?
In 2009, a journalist by the name Rob Walker began an epic journey of discovery. He wanted to find out for himself if it is really true.
He started his experiments by buying 200 objects from eBay. On average, each item cost just $1 !
Then he called 200 authors and he asked them, “Would you like to be part of a study on significant objects? Will you participate by writing a story about something I bought on eBay?”
Each of the 200 authors said “YES!”
So he had 200 objects and 200 stories.
He then put each of the items back on eBay.
One of them was a beautiful horsehead- yes- the head of a real horse. He bought it for 99 cents.
With the story added, he resold the item for $62.95!
…just a small increase of more than 6000%
So the journalist who bought 200 objects for a total of $129, sold all objects with their stories for $8000!!!
I can do the job of 200 authors by creating your book’s, your company’s, your product’s or your Qoorio profile's story structure plan.
How I do it?
In order to create effective stories, you have to be surrounded by people and their stories, have a great capacity for empathy and understand human emotions, motivations, and psychology, and shape them into a logical sequence of events to create a story arc.
It might sound difficult, but for me it’s like 2 times 2 😊
I’ve used stories to create value for my own commercial practice and now I’d like to share this special talent with you.
With The Right Story, The Sky Is The Limit!!!
Everything is intertwined.
all Qoorio people,
Everything what you have learned in 2020 wish you to apply in 2021 !!!
“The Story about The Singing Seagull”
Once a young man was struggling to find his life path. He was willing to become a creator, but he always found reasons not to do it. Sometimes he had too much work to do, sometimes he was tired, sometimes he just didn’t have the inspiration. Sometimes he was constantly afraid of judgement and sometimes afraid that other people could make fun of him.
Then sometimes he was dreaming how happy he would be to get rid of this fear.
One day, walking by the seaside, he saw a seagull flying and mentioned how free and seemingly fearless she was. He said out loud: I would like to become as free as this seagull and not to be afraid to fly as I wish.
One morning when he was sitting in his balcony, the seagull appeared.
He started to make fun of the seagull, saying "What are you going to tell me?".
Suddenly, the seagull started to speak the voice of an old man:
"You know, my dear young man, the time in our life is so short. Are you spending it doing what's really important to you?"
The young man was speechless.
"I think most of human beings really wish to offer the world something of quality, something that the world will would consider good and important. Usually, they are waiting for that particular reaction and positive return, and that's really the enemy.
History has taught us that the world is an extremely unreliable critic.
I know that a lot of people really struggle to give themselves permissions to be creative.
Human beings should understand that by expressing their creativity they simply heal each other. In singing a song, in telling a story, they are starting a dialogue. And when they do that, they come out of their corners and they start to witness the mutual humanity in each other.
Firstly, human beings are here to survive, and secondly, to thrive.
So, if you want to help your community, if you want to help your family, if you want to help your friends, you have to express yourself. And to express yourself, you should know yourself. You just have to follow your love.
There is no single path. And during this process, you have to be not afraid to play the fool.”
And the seagull started to sing.
The young man took his camera and captured a beautiful and extraordinary picture.
Since that day, he pushed himself into photography and started to fly across the world as a seagull.