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Subject April 2021 Newsletter: Vaccinations, Cheddarboard and the return of the podcast

The only side effect that I experienced after getting my vaccination shot was one of euphoria. This past year has been hard for all of us.

TED Talk – The counterintuitive way to be more persuasive

What’s the best way to make a good point? Organizational psychologist Niro Sivanathan offers a fascinating lesson on the “dilution effect,” a cognitive quirk that weakens our strongest cases — and reveals why brevity is the true soul of persuasion.

Why You Should Always Start Your Speech Or Presentation With A Story

We listen to those we trust, and we trust those with whom we have a relationship.

March 2021 ‘Tell Us Something’ Newsletter

Get tickets for the Women’s Storytelling Festival, see a Spark collaboration & save the date for Missoula Gives

How to use storytelling strategies to get your emails answered

Having a hard time cutting through the noise and standing out in someone’s inbox? Try this.

Words Out West: Voices From the Literary Landscape of Big Sky Country and Beyond.

Created by Missoula playwright Jay Kettering and MTPR producer Cole Grant, Words Out West brings fresh perspectives from today’s distinctive storytellers, while celebrating the tradition of writing in the West.

February 2021 Tell Us Something Newsletter

2020 brought many unexpected surprises. This month has me feeling reflective and grateful. Yes, grateful. 2020 brought many opportunities along with its challenges. And many new stories.
 

Tell Us Something – January Newsletter – 2020 Year in Review

You can listen to the year-in-review podcast episode here. If reading is more your thing, you can read a bulleted list of Tell Us Something’s accomplishments in 2020 here.

Thrive – Survive Campaign spotlights Wyoming resiliency stories

Share your story with us

Ronald Reagan – The Importance of Stories

Telling a story, he made me understand, helps make your case in a way that no abstraction can: A story builds an emotional bond, and emotional bonds build trust.