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MASS MOVEMENT TO EDUCATE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD
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Storytelling Tip 5 - Start with a Relevance Statement | Anecdote

Start your stories with a relevance statement.

Stories are judged by their relevance and plausibility in business settings. For people to hear your story start off with a short statement that describes the relevance.


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Storytelling Tip 4 - Avoid the 'S' Word | Anecdote

Never start a story by saying, "I have a story to tell you." Remove the word 'story' from your vocabulary. Just get straight into telling it. And if you need a way to segue into it, just say you're sharing an example or an experience. In business the word 'story' creates the wrong initial impression.


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Rescooped by Harpal S.sandhu from How to find and tell your story
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Storytelling Tip 5 - Start with a Relevance Statement | Anecdote

Start your stories with a relevance statement.

Stories are judged by their relevance and plausibility in business settings. For people to hear your story start off with a short statement that describes the relevance.


Via Kim Zinke (aka Gimli Goose)
Harpal S.sandhu's insight:

STORY

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