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Storytelling From Ancient Greece To Now - with Ross Vosvotekas

on July 17 |

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| Amelia Veale |
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Adelaide theatre aficionado, Ross Vosvotekas is a man of many talents. Card game inventor, app creator, and Director of production company Adapt Enterprises, producing live comedy and theatre shows throughout the year, he is an expert at multi-tasking. He's also extremely passionate about local creative arts and supporting Adelaide's community of artists and performers throughout the year, not just during Adelaide Festival. 

 

It was an absolute pleasure to interview Ross who has actually suggested I take part in the Variety Show to indulge my passion for telling stories! Watch this space...

 

In today's episode of Be The Drop, Ross talks about living your passion, the power of stories to connect people, he reveals what makes live events so unique and we even discuss smashing watermelons on your head... 

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"When you love doing what you're doing, you keep doing it. It's not a chore, but a joy to do it."

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Listen to this episode to hear Ross Vosvotekas recount the ancient Greek myth of Marathon, and philosophise about the journey we're all taking together on this path called Life: 

 

In this episode you will learn:

  • The importance of persistence; how to keep plugging away at your goal
  • Not to be complacent, rather consistent in your efforts
  • The power of human connection (for more on this, read Sally Hardy's blog post here)
  • Grass roots promotion methods
  • Some basic marketing theory you can implement right away

 

Ross's interview really illustrates the power of story. Stories connect people, and powerful storytelling has the potential to positively change the world. Stories don't exist solely in the theatre, movies, or books; stories are everywhere! And at Narrative Marketing, we're passionate about helping you unlock your storytelling superpower to super-charge your brand storytelling. Keep scrolling to get our free thank you gift for tuning in to this week's Be The Drop, get in touch to see how we can help you with your digital content, or head to our Facebook page for more tips and videos. 

 

"Theatre is storytelling. It's about us as humans trying to understand ourselves and also society."

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