The Importance of Powerful Story and Testimony
Education: UBI’s Best Defense Former Vice President Joe Biden’s opposition to UBI
Many people would point to Thomas Paine as the originator of the
Overwhelmingly, the main purpose of this campaign is to educate the masses.
The overall purpose of the Basic Income Project is to educate, raise
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The overall purpose of the Basic Income Project is to educate, raise public awareness and support for basic income. This will be done by providing three individuals in different groups grants of $1,500 per month while they conduct a public relations and marketing tour supporting the concept of a basic income through providing education to citizens. The tour will also serve the goal of generating positive public exposure through community outreach.
Since many people are either unfamiliar with the concept of basic income or misunderstand it, the primary means of gaining support will be through educational efforts. Education is to be the chief instrument in explaining the benefits of Basic Income.
The purpose here is to describe what a basic income is and to convey the benefits of such a policy. This will be an incremental process where recipients will be able to speak in person, sharing their own stories and experiences with Angelenos on how basic income can benefit them and their communities.
Why stories and testimonials?
People are incredibly attracted to stories and testimonials. They are so effective that it is no surprise that they are so frequently used in marketing campaigns.
In fact, storytelling is a valuable tool for helping people to connect with the lived experiences of others. By telling their stories, participants of our project will allow others to see their path, the challenges that they have overcome, and those that still lie ahead. Storytelling is a strong way to connect facts with emotional ties, and help others see the passion that lies within us.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou