Ira Glass Storytelling Ira Glass Storytelling is fantastic, imaginative and brilliant to watch. Stories have building blocks and this video raises the great questions about how to use them effectively. They include sequences, anecdotes and moments of reflection. Here we find Ira Glass thought provoking, insightful and a wonderful inspiration. Ira Glass Storytelling Magic Story ….“it has a momentum in itself that no matter how boring the facts are….” The sequence of events is a building block. The next is clear – its is raising a question from the very beginning. And so we begin to shape our story. Magical momentum makes great storytelling clear here. The insights he delivers here are qute substantial in their influence over any story. None more so that the moment of reflection interwoven with anecdote. His passion for the subject matter flows through this compelling video. A definite must watch. Ira Glass Storytelling + Drew Keller Storytelling For a top class, no-frlls, down-to-earth, back-to-back lesson on great storytelling, watch this video of Drew Keller storytelling now. Putting these 2 videos together delivers some down and dirty nuts and bolts to engineer some great story that will blow the socks off any competition and capture [More]
Great Storyselling Structure Here we find the basics of storyselling structure. And suggestions on how to write your storyselling story. The most powerful way to put ideas into the world today. Lots of great story structure here.
Visual Storytelling and Great Ideas Great visual storytelling conveys ideas in story form. Visual stories versus concepts explained with logic and analysis imprint themselves in the brain faster. Stories are also universal crossing boundries of culture, age and gender. The MSL group here presents a wonderful short visual story on the evolution of storytelling. Visual Storytelling
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.
Purposeful Storytelling – Peter Guber Purposeful Storytelling comes to life as Peter Guber is interviewed by Harvard business school. Not for the first time Peter Guber lays it out in black and white – how telling stories in your business is a game changer. Here he beautifully outlines the fundamentals. He especially entheuses about preparation to smash it when telling stories to succeed. His authenticity shines through in this brilliant interview. Complimented by great questions from an excellent and experienced interviewer. Purposeful Storytelling Preparation Doing your homework is key in order to tell your story and get your message across. The series of components he calls The Navigation States, can then be moved through purposefully. He explains wonderfully how bonding the emotional compnent of your story with your information is key.
Great Stories and Persuasion 1 A bold approach to Great Storyies. The first of 9 videos with Dave and Dr. Knowles. Rare footage with insights into the art of great storytelling. Dave teaches the power of persuasive storytelling is fundamental to great presentations regardless of their goal or outcome. He uses them constantly in his presentations and here alludes to The Myth Model and its origins. Recommended that all videos are viewed for some incredible insights into the art of great story. Great Stories’ Direction Really great stuff here as Dave Lakhani teaches his unique insights that translate ‘story-to-business’ in very practical ways. Following these signposts, these reliable directions enable us to think things through in quite specific waysfor telling great stories. In this way his presentations are of extremely high value to the novice and experienced practitioner of storytelling for business. Great Stories Method Dave has an endless supply of great stories and tall tales to tell. His business elixir and formula seem effortlessly intertwined with the hero’s adventure. Setting out the path and following the call to adventure while actively helping the customer find their own call to adventure are key here. He shows how your call to [More]
Mythic Symbology and Great Storytelling In Mythic Symbology twe find the utterly brilliant Joseph Campbell. Here he unravels the symbology of myth like no one else can. And in his own priceless and inimitable way his wisdom flows effortlessly. Exploring of myths through his work has spanned entire generations. And here are some of his finest explanations. The roles of the winged fish, the feathered serpent, the Bodhisattva, and the Christ. All are symbolic images of a shift in consciousness. The Hero and Mythic Symbology Watch the 12 Stages of The Hero’s Journey and get a real grasp of the significance of his world view of mythic symboligies.
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.
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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