Secondary World of Great Storytelling The secondary world illuminates the way in which threads of information are seamelssly weaved into a cloak of knowledge. This video is deep, detailing the depth of influence of stories have on the psyche by professor Brian Sturm. Secondary World of Story The storytelling trance includes 16 portals to altered states. Here 3 stories are told to illustrate the theoretical model of Truth and Story. In this secondary world, information is the thread while story is the fabric.
Unwritten Rules of Great Storytelling Wow! Chris Vogler’s storytelling rocks! What a great storyteller, getting straight into the presentation with his own story. You’ll be mezmerized and engaged in the flow of his narrative before you even know it. What a shining example of great storytelling and how easy and effortless he makes it seem. Vogler’s Storytelling Rocks Known for his great insight into Josepeh Campbell’s work, Vogler’s storytelling has tremendous impact as he answers the questions so well. The information in this presentation is a like a secret weapon. It’s almost as if you can feel yourself learning, simply by watching. Enjoy!
Story Control with Joseph Riggio and Jamie Smart live on stage disecting and disassembling their audiences’ stories. Quite a remarkable snippet of the whole process that tool place some time back. Expertly interacting with each other and with their audience, it highlights the inner story. Smart Story Control With his own Mythoself project of storytelling transformation Joseph Riggio has become a legend on stage. His stories are not ripples on the surface either. They’re deep, transformative and have a time-delayed sequence to them that is unbelievable. There’s real magic in action here in story control. Jamie Smart brings his down to earth approach and and enticement for the listeners to question the whole process. There’s smooth and masterful transitions between both, and there’s the rocky road of connection. Until you realise that’s not what it was about at all.
James Wedmore’s Power Of A Great Story In the power of a great story James Wedmore reccomends becoming familiar with the 5 different types of stories: – the personal journey – overcoming great obstacles – the fable – an inspirational story – a story of warning. James delves into these with an elegant simplicity that quite simply seems to make the impossible possible. Great stuff.
Kids Storytelling Fun Kids storytelling at The Back East Theatre is a wonderful short video. Here children have fun telling stories, learning about storytelling and listening to stories of all kinds. Great energy for kids to learn about how and why stories are important.
Great Storytelling for Sales – Adrian Davis Great Storytelling for sales is a super presentation about the unlimited applications of story to the sales process. Indepth, detailed and littered with fantastic storytelling tips and techniques to make your story more profitable – fast. I’ve tried them, they work. You’ll need a notebook and a keen ear for this. You might even have to watch it in segments. Detailed slides, great images and explanations. Storytelling for Sales Made Easy Adrian Davis shares some of his greatest insights into storytelling for sales. I can’t reccomend this highly enough.
Great Storytelling vs Lecturing Rare Dave Lakhani storytelling. Excellent footage of a master of storyteller in action. Some truly remarkable insights and discoveries arise from noticing the difference between lecturing and ‘storytelling insights’. Dave at his best here using his roadmap for crafting great story and pointing out where he already used it in his previous videos. Lakhani at his best Really shakes the audience up here as they realise he has been demonstrating the process from video 1 – with his own great story. Persuasive storytelling at its very best here. Here Dave Lakhani uses layers of proof, metaphors, stories within stories drawn from his life experience used to teach and to get his point across.
Walt Disney’s Secret use of Storytelling How Walt Disney made storytelling unique using 3 key principles. Some fascinating stuff here to add significant power to your storytelling. A highly informative video by Danny Dover that looks behind the curtain at some of Disney’s real expertise.
Storytelling Successfully By Peter Guber Storytelling Successfully according to Peter Guber, the author of ‘Tell to Win’ demonstrates how framing the right questions are the heart of great storytelling. Simply a brilliant speech from a master communicator. Here, the importance of storytelling to success across the ages is made clear with ‘simple genius’. The structures of his work here are incredible. Storytelling Successfully Simplicity is everywhere and that makes this one of the most powerful speeches here in greatstorytelling.org Attitude, its everything. Peter Guger says: *the longer I live the more I reccognise it’s everything….life is 10% of what happens to me and 90% how I react to it.” Real masterful stuff that all hindges around asking the right question. That’s where its at. “If you don’t frame the right question, you won’t get the right answer.” We must be curious instead of critical.
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