The story is in the details

To some it's an earring. To others it tells a tale.

Look closely at something for long enough and you may see something you didn’t notice before.

A good story-teller knows just how much detail to include. Some pieces are left to the imagination. Others take you on a specific journey.

Neglecting the details may make your story incomplete. By responding to your customers’ needs, you won’t leave them hanging.

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4 Responses to The story is in the details

  1. Jeff Noel says:

    Two days in a row. Are ya telling a story about what you value? Where have I heard that before? 🙂

  2. David says:

    I’ll never tell. 🙂 18 days . . .

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