• Storytelling: Bring Campaign Communications to Life

    May 28, 2020 by Joe Fuld (he/him)

    Girl in front of pink brick wall with colorful chalk lines drawn -storytelling for campaign communications.

    Storytelling Tips to Strengthen Your Campaign Communications

    Storytelling in campaign communications can have a powerful impact on your advocacy campaign, member outreach or political communications. There are many ways to bolster your message, from numbers and statistics to expert testimony to eye-catching visuals, but one tactic that sometimes gets overlooked is storytelling. 

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  • Advocacy Campaign Testimonials to Move the Needle

    Feb 04, 2019 by Elena Veatch

    advocacy campaign testimonials: A busy terminal with lots of people of all ages and races.

    Advocacy Campaign Testimonials Make Impact 

    Advocacy campaign testimonials have a unique ability to highlight the human impact of your issue. By recruiting community members who have been directly affected by your issue to share their stories, you can make the seemingly arbitrary stakes of policy decisions more tangible for people.

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  • Confessions of a Dyslexic Entrepreneur

    Apr 03, 2017 by Joe Fuld (he/him)

    Confessions of a Dyslexic Entrepreneur

    Confessions of a Dyslexic Entrepreneur

    I was diagnosed as dyslexic over forty years ago, at the age of five, when every learning disability was called dyslexia. I grew up with multiple issues. Reading, math, and writing were hard for a long time. I had some motor issues, I could not catch a ball till I was twelve, but I am thankful every day for who I am because of my dyslexia.

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  • Public Speaking with Vulnerability |Emotion Matters |TCW

    Apr 27, 2015 by Joe Fuld (he/him)

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    A Certain Amount of Nervousness and Vulnerability in Public Speaking Is a Good Thing

    Can public speaking with vulnerability be a good thing? Every time I do any type of public speaking, I get nervous. When I was younger and I was nervous, I would stutter. Even today, I sometimes hear myself repeating a word as I get animated. Throughout my life, I work hard to conceal these flaws, but the reality is that it is a part of who I am. And I'm hardly alone. It’s a natural instinct to be nervous in public speaking and something that many of us can relate to. When I’m speaking, my nervousness and vulnerability is part of what makes me real and relatable.

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