Topic: important people
You have to prepare 3-5 minute story about people who have influenced you during your lifetime. Maybe it’s your mother, who have taught you to tell only truth or your wrestling coach who have made you believe in yourself and helped you to take the first prize. Sworn enemy, passing stranger, little brother or your dog – tell the story about somebody, who have made you who you are.
Why tell stories? Stories have gathered humans by a crackling fire for thousands of years. Some would teach to milk a wild cow, some encourage to discover new territory, some convince to make friends with a neighboring tribe. The reason story lurks around people for so long is that it moves us. Today as from beginning of humans it is a tool with high demand. Steve Jobs said the most powerful person in the world is a storyteller. Come to grow your storytelling skill at our weekly club with Ekaterina Tkach. The meeting is on Monday, November 27 at 7 p.m. Prior registration is needed: Registercomments powered by HyperComments