Selling Your Story: The Intro

Today, we talked about storytelling.  We talked about how to use the plot line format to craft our stories so that our audience will be able to follow our thoughts. It was a fun day today to tell each other stories (and to ring the bells, right, guys?) and talk …

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What Did You Learn Today?

Today we spent some time working on what your audience might think about your speech.  It’s important to understand the listener’s perspective on your speech. What did you learn? Perspective and Feedback Feedback is critically important (pun intended) to help you improve your speaking.  That’s why we ask for other …

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A Plastic Knife? Seriously?

plastic knife

Yes, seriously. Look, I have my reasons.  You can’t stab me with it.  (Joking!)  You’ve probably never thought about a craft or something you can do with a plastic knife that doesn’t involve food. Plastic knives are not expensive. What’s really important is that you decide quickly: What Are You …

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