The Role of Mirror Neurons in Nonprofit Storytelling

| April 13, 2017

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It’s time to talk mirror neurons. Yes, mirror neurons. And what exactly are those? What do they have to do with nonprofit storytelling? Great questions. Rather than diving into a technical explanation, let’s start by focusing on a couple examples instead.

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