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Storyshowing is an instruction manual for making connections. Storytelling has been shown to be one of the most effective methods of persuasion, motivation, and inspiration, yet the disconnect remains - you're still only telling. To truly influence people, you need to go deeper than that - you need to show them your story. By inviting your audience in, you connect on a much deeper, more emotional level; you bypass the brain and connect at the root of what it means to be human, leaving a profound impact on their entire outlook.
This book shows you how to transcend telling and start showing your story, using an easy-to-follow framework you can start applying today. Unearth your own experiences, and bring your vulnerabilities out into the light; share your emotions and forge a path to true communication. Use images, body language, and gestures as tools to build that indelible connection; then and only then will people truly engage and transform their thinking.
No matter your message, the impact lies in the delivery. This insightful guide equips you with the tools and skills you need to start communicating like never before.
Share more powerful stories using a simple five-step method
Build confidence, influence others and make a deeper connection
Be more persuasive in presentations, pitches, calls and talks
Transform the way people think by inviting them inside your story
The difference between telling and showing is like the difference between a lecture and a play. It's the difference between giving information and taking the audience on a journey. The difference between a brochure and a test drive. Storyshowing helps you level up your communication to leave a lasting, more profound impact.
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By Jonathan Wetenkamp on 05-14-18
The Premise is Great but...
The premise is great and I believe the author is right in the essential points that he makes. The challenge I had as a listener, was for a proponent of StoryShowing... I never felt like the author got past StoryTelling. His differentiation of these two Story Styles lay in emotional engagement. As a long time believer in the power of “Story” I was really hoping to glean more in the way of moving audiences toward life changing action. Maybe this is more of a primer in the concept of engagement. With that said, I will re-listen multiple times looking to absorb any value that I can.
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