“The biggest risk I ever took,” newspaper columnist Dave Lieber says, “was proposing to my wife in the newspaper.” As we celebrate the 23rd anniversary of my published proposal column, Dave says it’s the only perfect column he’s ever written.
When you communicate in writing or speaking, you should strive to “show and not tell.” That’s how to maximize the power of storytelling in business, taught by master storytelling expert Dave Lieber.
The Dallas Morning News Watchdog columnist says his symbolic candidacy is not a PR stunt. Rather, he’s using the power of storytelling to highlight how easy it is to be a scammer.
Storytelling strategist Dave Lieber shows how bullet points – also known as “specs” – hurt message delivery. Business storytelling is the answer.
Dave Lieber, one of America’s top storytelling experts, says that even bad stories have good. Sometimes it takes a long time for that good to arrive. Sometimes the delay in a resolution can take, well, forever.
Why does this man hate The Watchdog? “You sound like a wimp,” he says. “I’d be glad to teach you a lesson… If you want to consider this a threat, please do.”
Dallas Morning News columnist Dave Lieber is used to hearing from folks, good and bad. But this one call stands out. Dave writes The Watchdog column. He works with readers to expose wrongdoing in business and government. He also has some fun! Please watch the video — and share.