Storytelling has always been one of the most effective techniques for conveying your message clearly and memorably. But what is storytelling really? Why is it important? What makes a good story? What is the difference between storytelling and presenting?
In StoryMasters’ half-day, interactive workshop, you will learn the essential elements of storytelling and how to use personal stories for maximum audience impact. Want to give your storytelling skills a big boost? Looking for feedback on a finished story, or help starting a new one? Join three of the finest storytellers in Southern California for an inspired afternoon of learning and laughter. You’ll generate plenty of story ideas and get expert help on both writing and delivery.
- Role of storytelling in society and culture
- Importance of storytelling
- How our brains are wired for stories
- Story structure
- How to develop, polish, and deliver personal stories
You’ll get an exercise to start writing a personal story. If you have a story that you’re working on, you can bring it to the workshop and receive feedback.
Sign up for “The ABCs of Storytelling” today!
Sunday, August 4 or 25, 2019, 1:00 to 5:00 pm
Tina’s house: 3720 Monteith Drive, LA 90043
$50 (includes materials, refreshments and graduation gift)
Sponsored by StoryMasters
Limited to 20 participants; open to all (Toastmasters or not)
Presenters are Margaret Mitchell and Miyo Yamauchi.
Demo speaker and advisor is the brilliant Barbara H. Clark
For more information, or to register, email Tina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because the first workshop was sold out too fast, we just added the second workshop. It is filling fast, too. Don’t delay! Register today!