You have a compelling story that could move your organization forward.
But are you telling it well?
As a journalist, Mackenzie has sat across the table from top executives who struggle to tell their story well.
And she's seen how frustrated business owner are: They know they “should” be on social media, but how do you do it well?
The fact is, every company is a media company today. Every company is responsible for their own story.
The stakes are high:
You’re 22 times more likely to be remembered with a story than factors or figures alone.
Nonprofits have seen donations increase up to 50 percent with a personal story of impact
Up to 80 percent of customers say they engage with a company because of their story.
When you work with Mackenzie, after she’s crafted your strategic story and a plan to tell it well, it’s time to share your story in a way that resonates.
Continue working with Mackenzie to tell the right story on the right channels. Options include:
Types of Stories
Inspire and empower with a personal story, building empathy and connection, including a powerful mic-drop moment.
From the “napkin story” of your company’s beginning to your vision for its future, the founding story is a powerful leadership and recruiting tool
Grow your organization with a strategic story. Be your customer’s trusted guide with the solution they need.