Four Weeks - Online
You are twenty times more likely to remember a story than a mere fact delivered by bullet point. This means that if you aren’t sharing your valuable insights in the format of a campfire-worth tale, you’re making yourself tedious and forgettable. Speakers who wish to be memorable utilize the oral tradition of storytelling to reach the heights of charisma, confidence, and persuasiveness. Their tales connect with their audience and render them a trusted friend or respected acquaintance, rather than just another stranger peddling factoids.
In this course you will learn:
As a Barrister I have found this course to be an excellent refresher for improving my advocating skills.
Richard helped me learn how to tell stories to my new Grandchildren. He creates a very comfortable environment and I felt at ease through the whole session. He also makes it easy by taking notes and sharing these with you after. My Grandchildren are very happy now!
Following Richard’s storytelling method for a round of interviews helped me nearly double my paygrade. He taught me more in a week than I’d gathered from all the books I’ve read.