So here's where it all comes together: just like a spider, you want your business or experience to contribute as much as possible to the good of the world, and you'll probably need to use a little story-building to reach your audience. And as luck would have it, at Tiny Spider Media, our specialty is building webs -- one thread at a time.
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Mariah Ore is a traveling writer, photographer, media producer, and outdoor enthusiast with a BA in English from the University of Montana. She enjoys narrative structuring, the Golden Hour, and sleeping outside. She produces a narrative audio podcast and writes about travel on her blog, the Millennial Search for Meaning.
Why Tiny Spider Media? Yes, we know -- spiders don't have the friendliest reputation. But when you look a little more closely, spiders are a testament to the far-reaching impact of creativity on multiple fronts.
To understand what we mean, think about stories. Like big fish stories, scary spider stories often evolve in their telling to become more grandiose over time, laying the foundation for huge trends -- like arachnophobia, bad halloween costumes, and countless villainous characters. And ecologically speaking, spiders, though small in comparison to the rest of the world, are often key to the health of their environments. Twofold, spiders are a rich metaphor for your business & event goals.
But also, let's not forget the value of a beautifully-crafted story all on its own. Take spider webs, for instance -- products of ingenuity, resilience, and independence, all woven together into a beautiful, silken orb that's nearly invisible and appears to come from nowhere. What heroism, comedy, and magic!