Some say storytelling is a lost art. No, it isn’t. It’s a timeless art. Art that’s been around for centuries. Even before humans could write, storytelling existed in the form of oral storytelling. Information, education, and entertainment are all possible through storytelling.
If we think back to our childhood days, we remember the stories we loved most. The ones we wanted to hear repeatedly. But storytelling isn’t only for children. Adults love listening to a good story just as much. In fact, storytelling is becoming increasingly popular in business settings.
If you’ve ever considered life as a storyteller, this book is for you. If you want to learn more about the art of storytelling because you find it interesting, this book is for you. Or if you simply enjoy a good story, this book is for you.
Life would be so dull without stories. Within these pages, you’ll discover a world that ignites the imagination, tickles the funny bone, and touches the heart of its recipient. Storytelling has a certain power about it. A power that can change the world.
As a storyteller, I hope that at the end of this book you’ll want to learn more about storytelling. That you’ll want to write and tell stories of your own.
Take a walk with me into the world of the storyteller. But beware—you might not want to leave.