Studies show that we are wired to remember stories much more than data, facts, and figures. However, when data and story are used together, audiences are moved both emotionally and intellectually. Aaker demonstrates the importance of stories in shaping how others see you and as a tool to persuade. Harnessing the power of stories will enable you to be more persuasive, move people to action, and progress into your career.
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