...corporations whose principals told exciting stories to Wall Street, they all got their money.
There's some defenitions for the phrase get your money's worth in online dictionaries but I couldn't find any defenition or meaning for "they got their money".
So could you please explain it to me?
Does it mean the shares of corporations whose principals told exciting stories were traded better on Wall Street?
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When people ask me to help them turn their presentations into stories, I begin by asking questions. I kind of psychoanalyze their companies, and amazing dramas pour out. But most companies and executives sweep the dirty laundry, the diffi culties, the antagonists, and the struggle under the carpet. They prefer to present a rosy—and boring— picture to the world. But as a storyteller, you want to position the problems in the foreground and then show how you’ve overcome them. When you tell the story of your struggles against real antagonists, your audience sees you as an exciting, dynamic person. And I know that the storytelling method works, because after I consulted with a dozen corporations whose principals told exciting stories to Wall Street, they all got their money.