Story Telling Via Ulistic’s MSP Case Studies Gets Your Point Across to Your Prospects

By Stuart_R_Crawford
In MSP Coaching
August 9, 2013
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Stuart R. Crawford / Stuart Crawford

MSP SalesLet me take you back to the past for a moment, for a good reason. In 1906, Congress passed the Meat Inspection Act resulting in the creation of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Believe it or not, this was because only just six months earlier publishers released a little book written by Upton Sinclair entitled The Jungle that told the story of slaughterhouse workers which detailed images of poisoned rats climbing into piles of meat to die. Workers were burned and blinded from exposure to chemicals used on food, and so much more. His artful storytelling and case study seared these disturbing details into the minds of American consumers, pushing the government into action.

The reason I’m extemporizing on this subject is to remind you that a story (case studies) speaks “a thousand words” and always relays the value you bring as an MSP to your readers. 

Bring Your Story To Life Through Case Studies

Case studies impact readers and your MSP prospects.  When you tell a story (report a case study) readers’ brains mirror your story and help them better comprehend your point—your MSP’s success.

We’re living in a technology-centric world, and Ulistic can help you bring your stories to life and spark listeners’ imaginations. Prospects will remember the way you made them feel.  Ulistic’s “stories” leave your audience with inspiration that puts them in a better place than where they were before they started reading your case study.

Read some of the latest Ulistic written case studies that our team has done for our clients:

What does this cost?  Call Melissa at the Ulistic office to learn more…716.799.1999 x102.

Ulistic harnesses the power of storytelling with case studies that will convince you readers to contact you, and prompt immediate conversions that don’t require continual and costly advertising.     

As Swarthmore English Professor Harold Goddard once said, “The destiny of the world is determined less by the battles that are lost and won than by the stories it loves and believes in.”  Ulistic believes storytelling and case studies will make an impression on your prospects.

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