What You Can Learn from the Doobie Brothers about Writing Financially Successful Stories

First penned by Plato in ancient Greece, it’s the key to creating stories that connect.

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Three core members of “The Doobie Brothers” by Cisco Service Provider is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0

During the past 50 years, the Doobie Brothers have sold 50 million albums. Although they’re a 70s band whose members are now in their 70s, don’t write them off as…

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