One hundred episodes. Countless lessons in storytelling, presentations and podcasting.

Episode 100:
One hundred episodes. Countless lessons in storytelling, presentations and podcasting.

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This is an episode for: friends of the pod, story nerds and anyone who produces their own (or wants to!) podcast.

Molly Geoghegan, Narrative Strategist

Molly Geoghegan

Dec 21, 2023

For our hundredth episode of Presentation Thinking AKA the Storyteller’s Study Club AKA Pitchin’ Ain’t Easy, we’re reflecting on our ~metaphorical~ hero’s journey thus far. 

We’ve learned so much about storytelling, presenting, speaking, product marketing, design and, of course, podcasting throughout the last two years. 

From meeting fellow presentation nerds online to growing our audience over 3x the amount from the previous year, we feel more and more like true story experts primed to help presenters and product marketers everywhere. (You may hear us say “um” and “like” but hey, we know our way around a story framework. We’re learning!)

While we can check off the “centenary” milestone, we’ve got a lot more of our plot to play out! Buckle up—let’s keep pitchin’.

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About The Author

Molly Geoghegan, Narrative Strategist

Molly Geoghegan is a writer, organizer, and film school dropout. She hikes frequently with her dog, Guinness, and signs up for too many email newsletters. Having lived in Chicago, Paris, Dublin and Galway, Molly has made her way back to the Rockies and calls Denver, CO home.

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