161: Master storyteller Neal Foard, Part 1

For 30-odd years, Neal Foard was an advertising copywriter and creative director, working on major brands like Toyota. Then he morphed into what I call the Garrisoin Keillor of the Internet. He’s a storyteller extraordinare, whose mellifluous voice is part velvet fog, part maple syrup. With thousands of presentations under his belt, Neal stands in front of a black screen and shares his life experiences every week, with a single goal in mind: remind us that life is so much easier when people like you (his words, not mine).

This week Henry Gomez and I are proud to give him our platform not once, but twice, so that he can tell us about himself, his beginnings and his new project called Storyfire. I took this course and loved every second—and learned plenty. Do yourself a favor and watch this week and next and then sign up for his self-directed course.

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