How you tell the story matters
The most powerful way to persuade and inform is a story. Your childhood is made up of stories: “the class bully,” “that crazy thing we did,” or “prom night.” We all have them. In fact, the story is how we tend to think. Stories have been implanted in you in books, conversations, movies, videos, and plays. Stories unite ideas with emotion or conviction. All great storytellers from the ancient Greeks through Shakespeare and today show the fundamental conflict between a human’s expectation and the cruel realities they must overcome.
But most of us, both personally and professionally, keep our struggles under wraps.
But as a storyteller, you want to show the problems and struggles upfront. People often will then root for you or your client to overcome them.
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