One of the trickiest parts of relating personal stories is crafting the story to feel inclusive and not self-absorbed or “all about me.” This skill comes naturally for some but is challenging for many. On one hand, the story is, of course, about you. It’s a personal story but doesn’t have to sound inside or internal. All stories should be personal, but they should also be presented for the benefit of the audience so they can see themselves in the story.

How To Cause The Audience To See Themselves In The Story


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