What It Should Really Do

by May 18, 2021Entrepreneurship, Narrative, Strategy

As you embark on a new challenge, you will need help.

For instance, the invention of the COVID vaccine required the support of the entire scientific community.

Charity: Water, wants to give access to everyone to clean water. This takes the support of everyone, in new and outside-the-box ways.

Boundless is a startup that helps every family navigate the immigration system more confidently, rapidly, and affordably. They enrolled lawyers, immigration officers, and investors in their cause.

Building a strategic narrative should be a chance to invite people to join you in generating some progress.

If you are open and brave enough to ask for help, people in your community will see it as an opportunity. They will know that they can participate in building a future that benefits everyone.

That’s what a strategic narrative should do, really.

 

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