We all love a good story. However, some speakers rely on a short, recurring list of personal stories that fail to fully captivate audiences. In this episode of Speaker Driven Business, Jacqueline reveals the secret recipe that sets professional storytellers apart from the rest — strategic diversity in story forms.
Jacqueline aims the spotlight on five fundamental story types that should be in every speaker’s toolkit.
If your speeches rely on the same old stories, this episode will definitely expand and enhance your storytelling repertoire. Join us for an in-depth discussion on the story types that separate amateur speakers from the pros.
WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE:
- Pure form keynote structure (01:29)
- The value of becoming a master story catcher and tips on how to become one (02:49)
- The 5 Key Story Types (04:37)
“To become a masterful and powerful speaker, you must become a master story catcher.” – Jacqueline Nagle
“The metaphor as a story is the most powerful way we can tell a story. The whole Hero’s Journey is actually a metaphor.” – Jacqueline Nagle
“Deliberately using a mixture of story types in your speaking will actually broaden perspective for your audience, allow them to lean in, and remove any risk of being self-indulgent.” – Jacqueline Nagle