Where Stories, Advertising and Creativity Converge

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This Week’s Episode:

Years ago, I’m running my software company and gaining some big advertising agencies as clients.

I think, “All right, I need to learn this industry.” And hey, what better place to start than watching Mad Men? I’m hearing so much about it, so surely it should teach me how the industry works, right?

I start watching the show to understand the mindset of an advertising professional. And what do I learn?

Yes, some of those themes on the show are actually spot-on, but being an award-winning creative in the advertising world doesn’t come easy.

I have a ton of respect for those who can come up with such original and memorable content including my special guest today, Arthur Vibert, who not only has won numerous awards, he also knows how to tell a good story!

Why do you bond with the businesses you love? What mistakes can you make when you start incorporating stories into your business advertising? How do the stories you hear and tell yourself and others as you age influence how you continue to live life in your twilight years? Arthur and I get into that and so much more on today’s show!

What you will learn in this episode:

  • How storytelling influences advertising success
  • How to develop a “natural” storytelling ability
  • How ageism plays into storytelling

Who is Arthur Vibert?

Throughout his rich and varied career, Arthur Vibert has had the pleasure of working in the advertising industry in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and London. He co-created the Max Headroom campaign for Coca-Cola, the Saturn “Launch” campaign for the Saturn car’s introduction, and has worked with BMW, Levi’s, and many more. In addition, his work in video production includes collaborations with the likes of Mozilla and Apple.

Currently working as a commercial director and video producer, Arthur more recently has added writing and coaching (and soon, podcasting) to his repertoire. And for the past few years, he has helped creative people aged 40 and up deal with the realities of aging in a culture ill-equipped to understand what to do with them. You can find and follow him on his website and on LinkedIn.

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JULIAN REEVE
TEDx Speaker, Author,
Ex-Music Director of HAMILTON

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JUNA KOLLMEIER
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LTC (Ret.) SCOTT MANN
Green Beret, Entrepreneur,
Trainer, TEDx Speaker

"Storytelling is an art form - and Kymberlee Weil is the master! I’ve been fortunate enough to work with some of the most talented creatives in the world, and Kymberlee is close to the top of that list. Her approach to storytelling is game changing."
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JULIAN REEVE
TEDx Speaker, Author, Ex-Music Director of HAMILTON

"Kymberlee -- a veteran of the TED community -- helped me tremendously in the weeks leading up to my {TED} talk and afterwards. She is a true master of her trade and I am extremely grateful to have had the opportunity to work with and learn from her."
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JUNA KOLLMEIER
Astrophysicist, TED Speaker

"...Going into that red circle at TEDx...Kymberlee made that move effortless and exciting. As a former Green Beret, I have followed a lot of quality leaders and coaches, and I would follow Kymberlee anywhere… Especially into the red circle."
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LTC (Ret.) SCOTT MANN
Green Beret, Entrepreneur, Trainer, TEDx Speaker