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Thursday, January 25 • 8:30 a.m.-9:45 a.m. – Ticket Required
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Join national champion storyteller Kindra Hall as she demonstrates how to engage customers and capitalize on opportunities through storytelling, while enjoying a hot breakfast with other distributors.

In today’s always-connected environment, salespeople and businesses need to capture attention and resonate with customers who expect more than simply a transaction. Strategic storytelling can be your secret weapon to humanize each sale and really connect with prospects and clients. In this unique keynote, Hall will present her razor-sharp, immediately actionable approach to storytelling. Her blueprint for effective storytelling empower and equip you to close more sales, build better relationships, and blow up your brand by leveraging the power of your stories.You’ll discover:
  • The psychology behind three-step, strategic storytelling, and how to take full advantage of it
  • The anatomy of a fail-proof story that will make maximum impact
  • The biggest storytelling mistake – and how to avoid it
  • How to access the unlimited supply of stories within your brand
  • And much more.
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Ticket includes a hot breakfast and the motivational keynote. $20 tickets are available October 5 – December 27, 2017, then increase to $30 each from December 28, 2017 up until the day of the event.

Kindra Hall is an award-winning columnist, author and national champion storyteller. As a former director of marketing and vice president of sales, she discovered the most effective method for capturing attention and increasing revenue: great storytelling. Her work has been featured in New York Times best-selling books, and she’s a former board member of the National Storytelling Network. She holds a master’s degree in organizational communications and management, and teaches innovative brands and executives how to close more sales, become better leaders and blow up brands with the irresistible power of strategic storytelling.

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