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Hi. I'm Aaron Tsuru and this is my podcast, Anecdotal. I'm a photographer, zinester, writer, videographer, artist, painter, singer, illustrator, momma, father, spouse, cat owner, runner, cyclist, agender genderqueer atheist liberal romantic with vitiligo in New York City. Let's share each other's stories! Love, Aaron Tsuru http://tsurufoto.com http://anecdotalpodcast.tumblr.com
 
In the medical community, the term "anecdotal evidence" is used dismissively. But our lives as we live and experience them can be thought of as the stories we're writing every day. In his work as a psychiatrist, Daniel Johnson, MD has been deeply moved by the healing stories that have been shared with him over the years. Join him from his home in Asheville, NC where he shares long-form conversatons exploring the interesting and inspiring aspects to life's growth. His guests include practitio ...
 
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Gary Klein once said, “Insight is when you unexpectedly come to a better story.” Listen to hear Shawn and Mike Adams exchange and explain the value of insight stories. The post 117 – How a story illuminates an insight appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
When circumstances change, the vision that brought you success in the past must also change. Listen to hear how a bra manufacturer overcame the challenges of the bra-burning movement of the 1970s. The post 115 – Less support gives more liberation appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Attitude has a significant impact on performance. Listen to hear how a Russian gymnast went from storming out of one Olympic event to winning gold in the next. The post 113 – Low vaulting horse raises the bar appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
If you give your employees guiding principles rather than rules, they will do amazing things. Listen to hear special guest Doug Keeley’s favourite business story of all time. The post 112 – FedEx helicopter story absolutely positively flies appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Don’t get too fixed in your thinking, be ready to shift or adapt. Listen to hear how one CEO, set in his ways, caused his company’s market share to plummet. The post 111 – Apple devours Blackberry pie slice appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Having an impact often depends on asking good questions. Listen to hear how the global phenomenon that is Earth Hour was born out of a question. The post 110 – Foreign ideas triggering the cultural immune system appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
It can be tempting to turn away from seemingly insurmountable problems, but collaboration will help you find a solution. Listen to hear how a structural engineer saved thousands of people and his reputation through teamwork. The post Rerelease 007 – Saving the Citicorp skyscraper appeared first on Anecdote.…
 
Change is challenging, and you can’t expect everyone to pick it up immediately. Listen to hear the story behind the insight that produced the innovation diffusion theory. The post 109 – New corn idea falls on deaf ears appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Are invisible biases impacting your decisions? Listen to hear how one man’s joke changed a town’s snow clearing system, preventing injuries and saving money. The post 098 – Gender biased snow job really hurts appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
People tend to do what they have always done, and sometimes without reason. Listen to hear how a grandmother’s necessity became her children’s norm. The post 095 – Wolf stories in sheep’s clothing appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
How can you change the direction of a conversation that is going off track? Listen to hear from storytelling expert and Anecdote Partner, Param Venkat. The post 094 – Building bridges to thaw the frozen appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
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