Last week we introduced the idea of a keychains story, telling us about one thing on your keychain, or something else you carry all the time, and what it represents to you.

The tendency, even in Alan’s example, is to do an inventory. That’s not what we seek. Tell us what the object is, but then the story is what it connects to for you, what it represents.

Also, you do not have to put your face on camera, it can be just on your hands and your keys.

The most important thing is the story. Post your video to YouTube or vimeo, and then use that link to share here.

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