100 – A tonne of revered stories

Posted by  Anecdote International —March 23, 2021
Filed in Business storytelling, Fun, Podcast

To celebrate 100 episodes, Shawn and Mark discuss what stories from the podcast they use most often and how they use them.

Welcome to our 100th episode of Anecdotally Speaking!

In this week’s episode, and to celebrate 100 episodes, Shawn and Mark look back on some of the stories they have told on Anecdotally Speaking and discuss which ones they tell most frequently.

For each story, they explain what it is, why they like it, and in what circumstances they find themselves telling it.

If you are interested in listening to the full episodes behind the stories, click on the titles below:

  1. 004 – Can’t see the bathroom from the grout
  2. 045 – Old oak forester beams
  3. 040 – Moving forward on a backwards bike
  4. 037 – Fortran reveals Hidden Figures
  5. 029 – Paul revered while Dawes knocked

Tickets are now available for our next Storytelling for Leaders public program! These workshops are timed for Europe & Asia Pacific participants. If you are interested in attending, click here to register.

About  Anecdote International

Anecdote International is a global training and consulting company, specialising in utilising storytelling to bring humanity back to the workforce. Anecdote is now unique in having a global network of over 60 partners in 28 countries, with their learning programs translated into 11 languages, and customers who incorporate these programs into their leadership and sales enablement activities.

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