Tuesday, May 5, 2009

And Then Some News

Thursday’s essay, “Everyone has a story to tell, and everyone loves a story,” is an essay that focuses on the popularity and effect of stories as well as how to construct them. If you are a blogger, a writer, or a speaker you will enjoy the insights and suggestions in this essay. 

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Thursday's And Then Some Essay preview

Everyone has a story to tell, and everyone loves a story
by Richard L. Weaver II


If for any reason you want to perfect your ability in storytelling, there are some specific suggestions that may help. First, you need to find a story — your story — to tell. It could be inspirational, a lesson learned, observations or opinions, historical records, just plain bragging, a biography, or an autobiography. The second thing is to realize that you don’t need to be perfect the first time you begin telling it. If you have prepared your story reasonably well, it is likely to give your listeners (and yourself) pleasure. Remember, each time you tell your story, you and your story are likely to improve.

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