The most effective presenters tell stories skillfully. As this brief video underscores, providing vital details brings the stories to life. Every one of my Speech Coaching clients has heard me emphasize this point repeatedly.
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A few days ago I posted an article I had written about perception, discussing some factors that can cause each of us to interpret the same event so differently. Almost instantly, professional storyteller Karen Chace–based in East Freetown, MA– responded by recalling an incident that illustrated my major point perfectly. In her words:
“Funny sidebar to your quote on Ben Franklin re: dirty glasses. Yesterday, I was at a restaurant and used the facilities. As I took a moment to fix my hair I noticed a spot on my suit and began to lament the stain as it was fresh from the dry cleaners. On closer inspection I realized it was not a stain but rather a chip in the mirror. A funny moment for me and definitely fits your article about perception.”
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