When people hear good narrative story, we are lead to believe they are enthralled and want to be a part of it…
But, it doesn’t always happen that way.
Instead, people take their own story and make this narrative fit it… we need and want the story to fit us.
The ‘true’ reality goes more like this… the narrative must supports our personal story, which determines how we see ourselves and how the world hear our story.
Join us we talk narrative.
05:00 There is the 800 lb gorilla… it also starts with a ‘G’ that controls distribution of our narratives.
15:20 Does anyone really care about our narrative?
22:22 The narrative needs to be engaging and needs to add to our conversation or we don’t add them to our circles, or follow or friend.
25:06 Should we have to shape our narrative to our audience and does that shape our engagement?
29:48 This is great part of the conversation… Susanne Ramharter brings up the “Glass Person’ that we are becoming online.
33:14 Susanne asked David, “Do you see a time where we will have a counter movement… where we have closed spheres of influence?”
41:57 We want relationships… through our narratives we are trying to build these relationship.
47:20 Susanne talks of this… Award-winning book-burning hoax saves Troy, MI libraries, by Cory Doctorow. http://boingboing.net/2012/06/16/award-winning-book-burning-hoa.html
50:18 Value of our narratives.
01:04:24 Our closing remarks for today’s conversation.
Great talk show with two wonderful minds!