Learn the #1 secret of the top professional speakers in the world: how to craft and deliver a riveting story. Exceptional storytelling skills have been proven to build career success. Whether you are at a cocktail party, in the corporate boardroom, or in a routine meeting, your ability to craft interesting stories will have a measurable impact on your success. Learn how to harness the human psyche’s positive response to a good story.
This audio collection from leading experts is designed to help you craft the perfect story for your needs. Not only will you learn how to tell the story, using your body and vocal intonations, but you will also discover why stories are relevant to any personal or professional setting.
By adding storytelling techniques to your repertoire of skill-sets, you will capture the attention of your audience and increase the recall of your ideas. And if your work routine includes the need for persuasion—whether it is with clients, co-workers, volunteers, or management—the tools in this audio series will help others see your point of view in a clear and memorable way.
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Not what it says it is
A description that accurately reflected the content
Yes, though I never would have chosen this book had I understood what it was
Very little of this audiobook is actually about storytelling, maybe two fifths at best. The rest is about public speaking in general with individual lectures by 6-7 speakers, despite having only three listed on this site as "authors." Some of them only cover things like handling your nerves and having water to drink. Of the 6.5 hours of audio, maybe just over an hour is actually about how to select, craft, and deliver a story, and of that maybe 30 min. total is actually worth listening to. In addition, several of the speakers spend a great deal of time promoting their other products.
Audible needs to review this product and at the very least update the description, perhaps even remove it from the store for lack of value. It was a waste of money.
- J. Slater
- Matthew Autin