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Storytelling at Work
The Key Themes of the Book

What follows are 35 themes that are addressed, in various ways, in my forthcoming book, Storytelling at Work: How Moments of Truth on the Job Reveal the Real Business of Life. If you have four minutes to spare, please rate how interested you are in each of these themes on a scale of 1-5 (with 5 being the highest rating). Your feedback will help me refine some of the content and future marketing materials. Thank you from the bottom of my book!

5 = Very Interested
4 = Somewhat interested
3 = Neutral
2 = Somewhat disinterested
1 = Very disinterested

1. Adapt to Unexpected Changes
2. Trust Yourself
3. Take a Risk
4. Be Patient, Take the Long View
5. Be in the Consciousness of Service
6. Speak Your Truth
7. Hold Your Standards High
8. Turn Lemons Into Lemonade
9. Be Compassionate
10. Listen Deeply
11. Allow Humor to Open Doors
12. See the Good in Everyone
13. Go With the Flow
14. Persevere
15. Let Go of Assumptions
16. Learn on the Fly
17. Be in the Moment
18. Have A Compelling Vision
19. Ask for Help
20. Be Authentic
21. Immerse
22. Do Something Different
23. Cut to the Chase
24. Honor Your Intuition
25. Embrace Conflict
26. Look for Wisdom in Unexpected Places
27. Honor Serendipity and Synchronicity
28. Open Up to New Possibilities
29. Focus!
30. Find Beauty in Madness
31. Say Yes to Life
32. Be Simple
33. Be Grateful, Express Appreciation
34. Pay Attention to Your Subconscious
35. Take a Stand

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