I started out blogging on corporate storytelling in Dutch. Because 99,9 percent of the world’s population doesn’t understand Dutch I moved to English. Better said, it was a SERIOUS attempt to write in proper English (my mother tongue is Dutch) and a SMALL attempt to learn the world about storytelling.
After 4 years of blogging and numerous postings on the power of storytelling I seem to have attracted an international mix of people and languages. Hooray! But regular followers of this blog probably have been frustrated reading my latest updates (“oh Dutch again hey!”).
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So, for all one-language-kind-of-guy-or-woman here is a simple overview of how I will be dealing
with this language thing (in an attempt to keep your frustration to a minimum):
-I will keep blogging in Dutch and English (on difficult subjects I will use Dutch because my English is only so and so)
-I will not translate my book “No Story, No Fans” (which is in English) into Dutch (because this seems a boring thing to do, and the market for this is only 0,1%)
-I have no plans in writing a new book in Dutch (because a fair part of the 99,9% of the world population has
not read my first book, yet!)
And for those of you who think all of this is kinda boring, I can assure you that is perfectly in line with how life in Belgium is organised.
I have prove.
Have look at this video of “This is Belgium”.
By the way, I speak French too (but I will not confuse you some more and promise not to blog in French any day soon). Have a good day. Goedendag (this is Dutch).