Storytelling for Public Speaking

Impress audiences. Tell dynamic stories in your public speaking engagements. 

Stories are the basis of our understanding of the world. Our major religions are built on stories. Our most popular forms of entertainment, movies and TV shows, are stories on a screen. We also develop understanding of our own thoughts and actions through the stories we tell ourselves.

Storytelling is a powerful tool for communicating in our world. It can be used to express an idea or emotion that isn't always easy to explain, can be used to illuminate the gravity of a situation and give voice to an idea in a way that can help other people feel it the same way the speaker does. We also develop understanding of our own thoughts and actions through the stories we tell ourselves.

Like any art form, storytelling can be used to express an emotion that isn't always easy to explain. It's also a form of communication and self-expression, giving voice to a personal idea in a way that can help other people feel it the same way the author does.

In this next workshop we're going to explore the elements of writing our own stories. There's a surprisingly straightforward formula for writing a story and making it affecting, but what we chose to write about can be revealing about the author too.

I’m going to be hosting a special workshop that will go through the basic elements of writing our own stories. This workshop can be helpful for people looking to write for a creative outlet, to enhance their communication skills or towards preparing a talk for public speaking.

This workshop can be helpful for people looking to write for a creative outlet, personal health, life perspective or just to try something new. It's going to be all about sharing ideas and getting them down on paper. Beginners and experienced writers can all benefit.