Once in a while, I chat with individuals who narrate stories solely based on what they have read, heard, and observed. Stories are powerful to extend our messages. No doubt about that. However, if someone desires to teach, instruct, inspire, and encourage me, I need a personal touch.
Sometimes, we may think that our listeners are interested if we just craft and include captivating stories relevant to the topic we are covering in our speeches, sermons, and books. Yes, story telling ability is one of the attributes we should develop. Nevertheless, we shouldn’t forget to incorporate our own personal stories to give it a personal touch.
Providing our audience well-prepared information jam-packed with stories full of insights and wisdom is important and mandatory but we shouldn’t stop there. I think every body does; I crave to learn what these all information means, first, to him/her personally before I take them … Read More