Category Archives:
Fundraising

September 19, 2011

Corporate Storytelling Skills – Third-Person Story

by Doug Stevenson – Creator of The Story Theater Method for Storytelling in Business I always advise my corporate and private coaching clients to use personal stories whenever possible. Personal stories establish credibility by letting your listener know that your wisdom comes from your life experience, rather than from reading the latest book. Personal stories […]

October 26, 2010

Patience is a Virtue

These are challenging times. Everything seems to happen slower. There is a hesitancy in the world that is causing people to be cautious. While income opportunities continue to present themselves, the pace at which they arrive may feel like watching a snail cross a four lane freeway. If you are frustrated by the pace, be […]

July 6, 2010

Read the Introduction to my Story Theater Book

To get a feel for my book, Doug Stevenson’s Story Theater Method, please take a minute and read the introduction.

November 12, 2009

When to Tell A Story and What Story to Tell

Stories are a strategic communication tool. Do you know when and when NOT to tell a story? Do you know where to place your story in the construction of your presentation? You’ll get some great ideas in this article.

December 24, 2008

Brand New Dynamite Speech Website

I’m excited to announce a new website that provides information about my 21-Step How to Write and Deliver a Dynamite Speech System. You can even listen to a 15 minute sampler of the content for free. In addition, there is a special offer now available for purchase online.

March 27, 2007

Fundraising Idea – Storytelling Workshop

I was recently hired to present a storytelling workshop for an organization that assists hospitals in their fundraising campaigns. They were looking for fresh fundraising ideas and felt that my Story Theater approach would be a good fit. The attendees at the workshop consisted of everyone from the CEO of the hospital to hospital administrators […]