In presentation circles, telling stories is the new black. Eileen Sinett presents a July 24 workshop, on how storytelling makes us more effective speakers.
As a journalist, i helped tell stories of accomplishments and life lessons, but it’s even better when folks can learn to tell their own. Everyone has at least one fabulous story that needs to be told.
U.S. 1’s Diccon Hyatt explains in this article. Tell stories with words, not slides.
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The more I learn about stories, the more I learn about human psychology, physiology and neuroscience. Reminds me of my early studies as a Speech Pathologist — the circle closes!
The more I learn about storytelling, the more I learn about physiology, neurology and psychology! Reminds me of my earliest studies in Speech Pathology. The circle completes!
Thanks again, Barbara for this post.
So nice to see this post at the end of my work day! Thanks Barbara…
Yes, I do believe that people want to hear stories, not presentations.