October 4, 2017 / Esther Choy

Growing up, we are taught that we have to prove our point. When we complete our math homework, we lose points if we find the right answer yet fail to show our work.

But in the workplace, painstakingly proving our points isn’t always effective. The good news is that by being passionate and acknowledging your audience, you can get their heart as well as their mind to agree with you.

Learn how to do that as Esther talks with “Mr. Media,” Bob Andelman!

Esther Choy

Esther Choy founded Leadership Story Lab in 2010 to help others leverage the art of storytelling to create extraordinary opportunities.
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