"I truly LOVE this book! The last time I read anything this good was Robert Fulghum's All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, and that was 25 years ago! With Storytelling At Work, Mitch Ditkoff has delivered a modern classic on how to communicate with wisdom. Kudos!"
"Storytelling at Work is filled with Eureka moments that will spark your creativity and ignite your motivation. Mitch Ditkoff has a magical ability to elevate the routine work of everyday life. Original and deeply insightful!"
"Mitch Ditkoff's powerfully written book shows us how storytelling, well done, humanizes the world of work. But even more than that, it helps us pause, go beyond convention, and tune into the deep well of timeless wisdom within."
"Through storytelling that is both enlightened and primal, this collection whispers our humanity with a soaringly purposeful fresh new voice. The stories transport us and transform our understanding of the deep meaning that lies just below the surface. If wit and wisdom had a love child, they would name him Mitch Ditkoff."
"Mitch's storytelling reminds us that the truth is rarely in the bottom right corner of an Excel spreadsheet. It's already inside of us."
"Mitch Ditkoff is a master storyteller, weaving tales that not only draw you in, but invite you to see the world with wider eyes. This gem of a book lovingly inspires us to step a little more bravely outside our box."
"I suggest you read Storytelling at Work with a pencil so you can record the great story ideas that will pop into your mind. Storytelling requires rituals of story finding. Because Mitch offers his own true stories with application ideas that answer "So what?" and "Now what?", your mind is magically compelled to reciprocate with your own story and application ideas that will speak your truth, in your style, to achieve your goals."
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