And speaking to an audience without a storyteller's unique voice isn't storytelling… it's presenting an anonymous report. Storytelling needs to involve personality to work, both yours and theirs. But when they're both there, that's ...
The author here makes the point that in the medical field, many professionals rely on just sharing numbers because by law they are restricted by the types of information they can share. Yet we all know how powerful, healing, and important stories can be with patients. In the end, the author asks, but shouldn't we still try?
Absolutely. Maybe in your business field you face the same hurdle. Read this article for additional insights.
I pulled this article because once again, it's a reminder to share stories in person. It's good for the heart, good for the soul, and keeps our connections strong and growing.