Stories create connections

Try to bring up your best memories from the time when you were a kid. When I was a kid I really loved to listen all kinds of stories.

Quala, Malta

Most of us gained our first knowledge about the world through the stories our parents and grandparents were telling us.

Citadella of Victoria, Gozo

Both of my grandmothers were great storytellers. I sincerely hope that I have inherited at least a bit of their talent.

Central Park NYC

Storytelling is activity of sharing stories. Some people are very talented with this one. Don’t worry if you think that you are not one of them. This skill can be easily learned and developed.

Top of the Rock Observation Deck, NYC

If you wish to make your story interesting you can do some improvisation of the story you heard elsewhere. If you are sharing your story verbally you can add some theatrics movements, some embellishment or humor to make it more interesting for your audience.

Mġarr harbor, Malta

Every culture in the world has its own stories or narratives, which are shared as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation or instilling moral values.

Nadur Gozo Malta

Storytelling is actually communicating by using words. Stories can be expressed verbally or in written form.

Nadur Gozo Malta

The best way to make connections with the environment is the good old storytelling. You can use it everywhere, especially at work place to connect with colleagues.

Drama, Greece

The storytelling at work environment should always focus on the human side of work. If you are a leader, it is better to give your message and your guidance through the stories, than simply list the facts. Good stories are engaging, and if you add a bit of humor in them everybody is going to love them.

Valletta, Malta

So don’t hesitate to make and share your own stories. Look at me as a good example, by sharing my stories with others, I earned so many connections and followers all over the world.

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