The Story Economy Blog

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    When you walk into a bookstore and your daughter sees the book she’s been seeing on the desk in your office for weeks, actually there in the bookstore, part of a display that contains other books that are clearly real books, and finally gets that you…
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    What an interesting thing it is to have your book release not just on the last day of the year, but on the last day of the decade. Would I Lie to You? The Amazing Power of Being Honest in a World That Lies comes out today, December 31, 2019! It makes…
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      We invest our time and/or money to read a book mostly because of a feeling we are seeking, whether it’s reassurance, relief, belonging, understanding, or some feeling we can’t quite articulate, but we recognize it when a book description taps…
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    The first person I gave a copy of Would I Lie to You? The Amazing Power of Being Honest in a World That Lies to was my 84-year-old very spry mom. Isn’t she the most adorable thing you’ve ever seen? I wasn’t exactly nervous, because we have a…
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      I’ve become slightly obsessed with Monica Lewinsky. Yesterday, I watched her 2015 TED talk, called “The Price of Shame.” This was after listening to actor Dax Shepard interview her on his Armchair Expert podcast a few weeks ago. As…
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