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How to Tell a Story will guide you to become an inspiring, effective and authentic storyteller
Inspiring, right? Until you realise ... oops I have no idea how to tell a story!
Where do I start?
What do I share?
Should I write, make a video, present myself?
How are others doing it?
I KNOW HOW YOU FEEL
When I was a child my parents told me that when someone was being rude or inappropriate with me I should have answered in a witty yet polite way. And put them at their place. Yet, I've never seen them doing it and it wasn't until years later that I understood what they meant. They never showed me how and as a result I had no idea where to start. I ended up avoiding confrontations altogether because that lack of know-how made me feel frustrated and utterly unsatisfied
STORYTELLING IS SO IMPORTANT BUT NOBODY TELLS YOU HOW TO DO IT
It's impressive how often we are told about the importance of storytelling and how little is widely shared about how you are actually supposed to be doing it.
This training is that first step you can make.
Of course this training is not going to be the end of your journey into learning how to tell a story, but is surely going to be a good start.
We'll have fifteen minutes to walk you through three core pillars. You'll be able to take action immediately and defeat that voice that is telling you: "you need serious help because you have no idea where to start".
BE KIND TO YOURSELF
Look, I deeply believe you have something great to share. And if you have found this page, you probably know this too. You just need the right push. You can do it!
And you know what, if we don't start to share stories from our perspectives, the mainstream narrative will always serve someone else!
By Robert McKee
Working with Beatrice was wonderful! Being able to develop a project from 0 in 2 days, has shown me all the potential I can give
Founder / Visual Techs
Mine has always been being visible. As a taller-than-usual girl with African heritage born in a small town in central Italy, my mission was to be invisible. Which is why I hated it when my middle-school teacher forced me to confront my fear of speaking up by making me face my entire classroom. Back then I wanted to shrink, but in retrospective, I appreciate what she did.
Her attempt was the first of a long series of events to teach me that we need to speak up, share our stories. Whether it's our personal stories or the story of our business. Yet, we don't do it enough!
Whether you are going to write your about page or you are getting ready to pitch your business or want to explain what you do in a way that reflects who you are, there are three questions you have to ask yourself first. The answers will bring you clarity, focus and action
As an entrepreneur, I understand how vulnerable it feels to share our stories, how long it can take to figure out what our stories are. So I hear you! Is because of this fear that we often stumble into one mistake that undoes all our efforts
You have all the information. You know what goes in and what doesn't. But when the time comes to actually produce the story either in writing or in video, you freeze. And stare at your laptop looking for answers. Guess what? I know that feeling and have been stuck there for hours. Until I started to apply this method
I had the pleasure of attending Beatrice's storytelling workshop and left feeling inspired and rejuvenated
Chef and Founder / The Vegan Nigerian
I'm Beatrice and I design and deliver bespoke, participatory, interactive workshops for social entrepreneurs and change-makers so that they get clarity, strategize and create a plan to increase sales, engagement and decrease the business workload.
“𝑇ℎ𝑒𝑦 𝑏𝑢𝑟𝑖𝑒𝑑 𝑢𝑠 𝑏𝑢𝑡 𝑡ℎ𝑒𝑦 𝑑𝑖𝑑𝑛’𝑡 𝑘𝑛𝑜𝑤 𝑤𝑒 𝑤𝑒𝑟𝑒 𝑠𝑒𝑒𝑑𝑠”, is the single most effective story I have read. It was written on the wall of a conference hall in the Hague where I was meeting two inspiring female Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (Leymah Gbowee and Shirin Ebadi). Me meeting them had been the results of a series of storytelling exchanges.
Now I work with women who want to gain confidence, release tension, be more authentic and visible by telling their stories.
Bea is a storytelling champion
Transcultural Media Consultant
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