The Bold Speaker


Tell stories (and more stories!)

tell stories

If you don’t tell stories when you speak, it’s time to start.

You need to tell your story so skillfully, in such a heartfelt way, that you make the feelings in the pit of your belly jump in the bellies of your audience members.

It’s called a “Phenomenological Moment”.   Make them FEEL something. The story’s purpose is to move them to a different place, a different mindset, a new feeling.

When you tell stories you can change the pace or even the direction of a meeting.

A well placed story can also change your financial outcomes. It can sell more business for you. A story about a successful client makes the audience want that.

And while you’re telling that great story, remember to use your hands!

Return to blog

November 30th, 2016


Don’t Ever Use A Famous Person’s Often Told Story
#TalkTip: #Storytime: You Will Be Boring! Find Out What To Do To Keep Your Audience’s Eyeballs Wide Open…

Read More

The Bold Speaker