Limor's Storytelling Agora : Art : Analysis : Composition.

Limor Shiponi, Storyteller

Hi, I’m Limor Shiponi, the author of this blog. I am also the CEO of The Storytelling Company Inc.

In this space I write about the art of Storytelling. My mission is to help us storytellers discuss our art; hence I call this place ‘Agora’. Whether you are just starting the long voyage or anywhere along the road, you might find here something worth thinking about. My interest is in asking difficult questions to find the most objective answers in what seems to be a very subjective journey.

Obviously, I’m interested in culture which I bring into my work with business organizations mainly as a branding, digital transformation and marketing strategist. What you won’t find here is marketing fluff and populism.

If you’re wondering where to start, take the guided tour.

Official note

Limor Shiponi is a professional storyteller and CEO with The Storytelling Company Inc, Israel. While performing and researching her art for over twenty years, she became involved in business practices concerning human interaction and knowledge and is currently the leading social media & content strategist in Israel for tech companies and corporations. At the same time she is highly involved in storytelling as an art form and practice. Her English blog is well known among professionals, being an arena for debate and deep insights about the art.

Her heart’s desire is with music, starting with the piano at the age of five, moving to oboe, early reeds and eventually becoming a practicing orchestra conductor. Her other fields of interest are numerous and she happily crossbreeds knowledge while performing her favorite sport – tackling subjective riddles, seeking and finding deep solutions to complex issues. The less-known facets of her personal interests are – the ability to balance the chalice and the blade, finding inner peace and success as a polymath, and helping our deeply wounded world make peace with the feminine.

Limor is the author of ‘Stories at work’ (Hebrew, 2006).

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