Dan Harmon makes a mockery of the term Born Storyteller. His Story Circle is his invisible storytelling tool and breaks new ground in great storytelling. If you haven’t guessed yet, I’m a HUGE FAN of Dan Harmon. He has written hundreed of episodes for TV shows that I’ve lost count. In fact after this short video you may already be able to identify some of them. Born Storyteller Harmon reaveals that Change is the key to any story. One tool he uses to perfection is the reveal. He builds and develops his characters in a way that they are always revealing something. And he does it in such a beautiful way. Born Storyteller – 8 Steps You. Need. Go. Search. Find. Take Return. Change. A nod to the original 17 stage Hero’s Journey by Joseph Campbell. Born Storyteller – Harmon Quest Available on the VRV Streaming platform, harmon Quest is fantastic. What a magical mix of improv and animation in front of a live studio audience. Its almost live story creation as you watch. Now watch, listen and go find a tale to tell!       Image:By Brainflow [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], from Wikimedia Commons.  
Storytelling The Stillmotion Way: Part 1. Vimeo Series (2013) from stillmotion on Vimeo. The Great Storytelling Mojo Get some great storytelling mojo here with these super storytelling secrets. In the first 2 minutes you’ll find the key that literally opens the door to serious influence in your stories and to dig below the surface of what moves people in story. So get your pen and paper out now, before you press play here. This may be the most important information for your storytelling mojo that you’ll ever need. No-one talks about these vital cues in great story. So get get your pen and paper or open a document and start writing. Steps To Storytelling Mojo For our stories to have great Storytelling Mojo, we need 4 things: People Places Plot Purpose The P we put first determines the type of stories we tell. Plot is the overall arc and structure. Putting plot first and we have an action movie or story. Places are the big pictures as well as the detail. Put places first and we have a travel/location story. Purpose is our intention in telling a story or making a film. Put purpsose first and we have a commercial! [More]
The Enchanting Power of Great Storying Here we encounter Susan Conley‘s magical voice and her spellbinding introduction to great storying. Telling stories from her own childhood and her own experience here she enchants and inspires the listener. This is tuly an art form – illuminated and its great story structure laid bare for all to grasp. This is her own story and she is highly engagiug. Great storying shows how easy it is to use and adapt your own experiences in a smooth and effortless way.  You can tell she lived those tales, telling them with a great honesty in her voice. It’s incredible how often I hear stories that just don’t have that crucial component. And if the teler doesn’t beleive them – well, the audience is just one step behind. Great Storying Made Easy What do you have to do to tell your stories with this kind of honesty? What difference would it make to have this in your own telling of tales?  

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