The Storyteller’s Student
Does the very idea of speaking in front of an audience have you breaking out in cold sweat and sudden onset of knock knees?
It has been proven that stories touch lives and move people to act. What better way to learn the art of storytelling than in a story.
The Storyteller’s Student is a simple but comprehensive guide on finding the storyteller within you. Jack in a chance meeting with The Storyteller gets an opportunity to learn from one of the best in the business. She takes Jack through weeks of coaching sessions, to help him overcome the severe bout of Shakism as well as develop and deliver his stories.
Reading this book, you will not only enjoy great stories, but also get concrete tips on how to improve your storytelling skills. Using this, you will be able to communicate better and influence lives.
“Storytelling that motivates action is a superpower. In this wonderful book, Ikenna Ngene breaks down the process of creating powerful and immersive stories so anyone can be a storytelling superstar.”—Paul J. Zak, Professor Claremont Graduate University and CEO, Immersion Neuroscience
“The Storyteller’s Student is a wonderful and creative sharing of courage, support and inspiration. Ikenna beautifully reminds us of how powerful our voices are and that with a little support, our voices can change the world.” —Tricia Brouk, Award winning director, speaking coach and filmmaker
“In this very enjoyable read, Ikenna has put together a concise and clear path to telling profound tales. And, appropriately, he does this by telling a story. If you follow the ideas shared in this book you will be able to speak in a confident manner, connect better with your audience, and improve your chances of influencing and persuading them as well.” —Charles Green, CEO Trusted Advisor Associates and bestselling author
Storytelling with Impact
Improve your storytelling in ten simple steps.
“The most powerful person in this world is the storyteller. The storyteller sets the vision, values and agenda of an entire generation that is to come.” Steve Jobs
You are able to transform the world in which you live by creating and telling stories that can move people. This ‘ability’ to tell great stories is not just for a select group of people. You also have stories within you that can make a difference.
Are you ready to start making an impact whenever you stand before people?
Here are ten tips that you can start working on today. From three different ways to start your story to engaging peoples’ senses in your stories.
These small steps can drastically transform the way you connect with your audience, help you reach them more and move people to act.