November 2, 2018

What’s your story?

What’s your story and why should you know it and tell it? We’ll tell why below.

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8 thoughts on “What’s your story?”

  1. great post, very informative. I ponder why the opposite specialists of this sector don’t understand this. You must proceed your writing. I am confident, you have a great readers’ base already!

  2. One element missing in this mix is time i.e. historical and current data. Usually historical is big data and current is small, intimate data and volunteered by the individual for some specific goal. Historical tries to estimate/guess the goal while small, current data more likely defines it. 

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