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Your story is worth telling…

April 9, 2014 by

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Recently, I was doing a workshop on storytelling, where I was speaking about the importance of using personal stories in communication. Many of them had this question in their minds and one of them asked me, “Why would somebody be interested in my story?”. I asked them back, if they can tell me names of […]

Experiencing stories

May 21, 2013 by

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I specialize in doing personal stories. Many a times, I get asked this question, ‘Why would someone be interested in my stories?’. It is a good question and the answer to that is, your stories would make them think about similar experiences from their lives and it would move them emotionally to act. One of […]

Weak knees and churning stomach

August 1, 2012 by

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I have butterflies in my stomach. I want to run away from this hall. I can hear my heartbeat louder and louder and I am sure that others too can. My knees start shaking. Do these things sound familiar to you? Don’t fret, it is the case with most presenters and it is believed that […]

Tell your own story

July 23, 2012 by

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Whenever I ask someone to tell their own story, the inner critic in them mumbles something like, “why would someone else be interested in my story?”. Many of them are humble and don’t really want to blow their own trumpet. As a storyteller, I understand the power of personal stories and the changes that it […]