- Once upon a time - the way things were
- Then suddenly - something disrupted life as it was
- Wisdom - someone or something made you see life in a new way
- Happily ever after - there is a new way of living
Thursday, June 25, 2020
How to tell your story
Everyone has a story. Some people know how to tell it. Others don’t. Sometimes the story gets spun in a new direction and takes on a life of its own. That’s what makes stories so powerful. They live. And they can breathe new life into a person.
They can inspire action. Make us laugh. Make us cry. They are powerful. Something happens in our brains when we read or hear a story. We start to truly connect with the storyteller.
A good story has the following components:
For me that third step, Wisdom, is where Holy Mischief fits in. It disrupts your (or some one else's) everyday pattern so that you both see life in a new way. It is transforming love. And that is a great "happily ever after."
Until Everyone Hears,
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