7 Reasons Why It’s Good to Tell a Story

Storytelling is a skill that presenters and speakers aspire to have. It makes their audience more engaged as stories help convey the message of the speech or presentation more effectively. In case you want to know why storytelling is an important factor in public speaking and presenting, here are 7 reasons why:

  1. Stories expand your point.  
  2. Stories build connection by adding color, emotion and personal detail about you.
  3. Stories add drama.
  4. You can tell stories without using notes–and look more relaxed and spontaneous. 
  5. Stories let you instruct or negotiate without lecturing:
  6. We’re used to learning from stories.
  7. Stories were made to be remembered and retold.

For more insight on this matter, please head to: 7 secret advantages of the story-telling speaker

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