You are the sum of your experiences and everything starts with a first time.
In preparation for the highly anticipated First Time Storytelling Virtual Summit, we are kicking things off with a 30 Day Facial Expressions Challenge. The First Time Storytelling Virtual Summit brings together an international lineup of experts and speakers to teach you how to become a personal storyteller and why storytelling matters. Storytelling is the most compelling, engaging, memorable and effective way for you to communicate who you are with others, and make deeper connections with
The vast majority of my dates pre-coronavirus involved partaking in activities. Bonus points, if we did something new or for the first time. This was to ensure I would get something out of the date, even if the person couldn’t hold a conversation or wasn’t interesting, fun, or entertaining. I implemented this general rule after suffering through too many coffee, lunch, and dinner dates where the conversation was typical, repetitive, and boring. Dates that turn
Hopefully, in Part I, of this two-part series, you took away the first benefit of first time storytelling; which is, that it’s a powerful way for you to express and share who you are in a clear, concise, meaningful, and engaging fashion. However, that is not the only substantial benefit to first time storytelling. In fact, there are an additional four incredible advantages to becoming a first time storyteller. Watch the Video on the Benefits
I was well into my 30s by the time I realized I didn’t know how to make human connections. In other words, no one really knew who I was. I put little to no effort in communicating and expressing myself. Then, an event shook me. That’s when I discovered I desired better relationships with the people in my life. Likewise, I wanted to more easily connect with anyone I met. It became clear a large part