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The only thing harder than telling personal stories is prepping a personal story. There’s nothing like great radio talent telling personal stories from real-life experiences. It’s also among the greatest risks of running listeners off a radio show.

This article is about prepping a personal story to perform on the radio. Including:

  • How to create a contact decision tree.
  • The most important decisions are listed by priority.
  • How to add color to the story by using the three E’s.

Prepping a Personal Story


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