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Most personalities can identify the differences between a good storyteller and a great one. It’s easy when you hear it. Great storytellers have the ability to tell stories with emotion, but not emotionally.

In this article, I share how to tell stories with emotion, including:

  • Amazing examples from Melissa Etheridge (yes, she had a radio show) on storytelling.
  • Telling organic personal stories that make listeners feel a part of it and never sounding self-absorbed.
  • A secret weapon that helps personalities learn to tell more emotional stories.

Telling Stories With Emotion


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