Tune in to Episode #84: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher
“The story is one thing. Your delivery of your story was phenomenal.”
– Lionel Riche
Making the Brand is the perfect fusion of your favorite marketing and pop culture podcast. Listen to the episode below:
Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher
In this episode, we discuss topics like:
- American Idol auditions and the importance of storytelling
- Personal stories that help contestants connect with the audience
- The role of vulnerability in deepening that connection
- How storytelling can make a contestant stand out from the competition
- Tips for applying the lessons of storytelling in your own life and career
- A disclaimer regarding the use of clips for critique and commentary purposes
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