There is no doubt about it. Knowing how to tell a story well can make you wealthy. The world’s top speakers know the power of storytelling. They have observed how compelling a well-constructed narrative can be to connect with their audiences.
Stories are best shared. Especially if you are a Speaker.
I want to know more about YOU,
I really do.
And so does your audience.
Oh no…I can feel you cringing from here.
If you are a professional speaker or you have a desire to become a speaker, it is vital you know how to share your story.
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When you speak in public, a narrative is a terrific method of engaging your audience. But it is essential it is organised in a particular manner. The object is to share an account of something that happened to you, an event, or something someone told you that makes a point.
Your story must have…
- A Purpose
- An Outcome
- A Message
- and an Action
What is your Why and Why is it important you get your message to the masses? What can you provide with your Why and what point do you want to make?
What is the purpose of your Why and what outcome do you want for your audience? What message do you want to portray with your Why and what action will your Why encourage others to take?
If you want to deliver a presentation that is memorable (for all the right reasons) it is vital you have answers to these questions to ensure your story is congruent with your Why and it makes a point that will fulfill your purpose. It provides the outcome you desire, delivers your message and inspires action. When you can create a story around your Why it will open doors and provide the opportunity to grow your wealth.
“I often come up with ideas for stories that reflect my Why when I’m walking. After years of drought, I was feeling happy today to see the rain of the previous day had filled the waterways but did notice the water was murky. Through video on social media I was able to create a one-minute story about how life sometimes can be murky but if you wait some time, you can gain clarity…much like the water. This story was relevant to the situation and important for me to share with my followers. Stories are everywhere…you just need to look, develop and collect to share at the right moment.”
- Avoid inserting random stories
- Make sure to add strong transitions
- Memorise your stories – Don’t use notes
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