MINI COURSE: Storytelling pt. 1
Discover why personal stories are powerful but dangerous and how to work with your own personal stories to get them ready for your audience
If you have had an intense experience in your life, has anyone said, “You need to give a talk about that!” Telling our own personal stories is one of the most difficult speaking assignments. Let’s talk about why it is so hard, when a personal story is appropriate, and how to work with your own personal stories to get them ready to be told to the public.
Perpetual student Margaret works with speakers across the U.S and internationally. She is known for supporting over a thousand presenters and coaching over 100 TEDx speakers.
Margaret has been nicknamed “The Benevolent Pusher” for her uncanny ability to be supportive, directive, and entertaining as she leads communication workshops. She says, “Speakership is Leadership” and is passionate about helping people lead with their speaking. Read more https://www.linkedin.com/in/margaretwattsromney/.
Her free time is filled with meditation, podcasts, tea, hiking the paths of Boulder, CO, and reveling in her three grown daughters’ marvelous lives.