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Story Magic

Learn the power behind stories from this exclusive training audio seminar from Rob Gilber. If you get up in front of an audience and start talking about your credentials, see how long it takes for someone to yawn and look at their watch. People are there to be entertained, so the quicker you get them to smile, the better.

And the fastest way to do that is with a story. Stories make everything better. It doesn’t matter if it’s a speech, a job interview, an advertisement, a wedding toast, or just a simple phone call to your Aunt Bertha – if you add a story, you suddenly have an interested audience. And you suddenly become interesting. It’s a very powerful thing.

But you can’t just tell any story. You’ve got to tell the right story to the right people at the right time. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to do that from a man who’s been studying, collecting, and telling stories for more than 20 years, Professor Rob Gilbert. He says, when he meets a former student, it’s never the theories they remember from his class. It’s always the stories. His story magic has made him unforgettable. Here’s how you can use the power of stories too.

REAL STORY MAGIC

 * The biggest mistake people make when storytelling – not differentiating the narrative from the dialogue parts of the story – get this technique down, and you’ll tell a great story every time

*  The five key elements that go into a powerful story, and quick example stories you can take with you anywhere

*  The one opening story that gets applause every time: put this story in your toolbox in case you’re ever asked to be a speaker (and the easy ways you can modify it to meet any audience)

*  A weird (but effective) way to practice your storytelling before a big event

*  A 5-second exercise that shows the power of the pause: the way you pause during a story can change its meaning

*  The quickest way to lose your audience (making a story unintentionally offensive): an example of what that means and how to make sure that never happens to you

*  The very simple tactic you can learn about storytelling from watching the daily news

*  The two almost unknown secrets that will make your stories more memorable (using the power of threes and the power of yet). Here’s how to do it

*  The 4 speakers who have influenced Rob the most because of their amazing way to tell motivational stories – and where to find their stuff

*  A little-known fact: Temple University was founded on a story – one minister used one story to raise all the funds he needed — here’s that story and how he did it

*  Why Rob says you should save your best story for last no matter how much you’re dying to tell it (treat it like an encore song) – and the story Rob chose at the end of this recording
 

Rob says the biggest industry in the world is stories. We use them all the time – in movies, books, commercials, TV shows, newspapers, everyday conversation – and we instinctively look for them as we go about our day.

That’s why learning the art of storytelling will bring power to everything you do. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to do it.

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