McKee-Fields Sessions Finale: Storytelling in Social Media

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I’m so excited to share the final two McKee-Fields Story Sessions with you.

I decided to combine parts 5 and 6 of this series on storytelling into one mammoth 40-minute grand finale episode. And, it’s a goodie.

Not only do we get even more killer information on what drives epic stories, but McKee then turns the mic on me and spends the final 30-minutes grilling me about my use of story in my own writing, in blogging and social media and in marketing. And, he pushes me to create on the fly and reveal what stops me from blogging too deeply into my dark side…ooooooohhh (just in time for Halloween)!

If you’ve missed the earlier sessions 1 through 4, you’ll find links to them below the video:

Here are the first four storytelling sessions, in case you missed them:

I hope you’ve enjoyed this series and found value in. I had a tremendous time putting it together and sharing it with you.

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16 responses

16 responses to “McKee-Fields Sessions Finale: Storytelling in Social Media”

  1. Tim Brownson says:

    JF, I have dipped in and out of this and please forgive me if I’ve missed something or if I’m being a techie moron. But is there any way to download all this together as an MP3 so I can listen on my iPhone?

    • Jonathan Fields says:

      Yep, I’m going to pull everything onto a single page i a new resources page on the site and include a full-length mp3 version, there. Probably another week or two for that

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  3. Thank you Jonathan!

    Very interesting series. Btw, for some reason McKee reminded me of Warren Buffet (body language and probably affinity for a good story as well).

    Does anybody else see that resemblance?

  4. Gregg Morris says:

    Strange goings on. Can’t view the video on either safari or Chrome. I can still view the first four. Did you do something different with this one?

    • Jonathan Fields says:

      Weird. This one’s on because its 40 minutes, way too long for youtube. Try watching directly on if you’re having trouble.

      • Gregg Morris says:

        That’s exactly what I wound up doing. I went through the page source and swiped the “src” field resource and pasted it into Safari’s address bar and all was well. You handled yourself brilliantly through his “interview of you”. Very, very impressive. Thanks!

  5. Jonathan,

    Enjoyed the series very much…Both entertaining and educational…Thank you

  6. Jeff Short says:

    This interview is a gold mine. Thank you for doing this and making it available.

  7. Conor says:

    Hi Jonathan,

    Thank you sincerely for this series. It has been a really eye opening experience. For a great conversation to happen, both parties need to be well matched. This is definitely the case.

    “Imagination and ruthless self-knowledge”. I’m taking that one to heart.

    Thank you.


  8. Thank you so much for this series with McKee. Truly a gift for the two of you to take the time and make the effort to do this to share with us.

  9. Jonathan thank you for making this series available. I found a lot of inspiration in much of what was talked about. I agree that having the whole thing to download and listen on my ipod is extremely valuable so I’m glad you’re making it available.

    Much was confirmed for within myself after listening to this series. Huge impact my friend.

    Thank you again.

  10. Ron says:

    Jonathan,such a great series full of thought
    provoking ideas.However,it’s only fair to let
    you know,I will at some time use
    “it’s not what you think” in a headline.
    thanks so much.

  11. Jonathan–always enjoy your newsletters and really loved this series as I’m well, all about the story. Digital storytelling in particular, the way in which we tell stories is what connects us. Thanks for featuring this!

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