Matthew Dicks – Anatomy of a Story Course
Step-by-Step Crafting of Personal and Professional Stories
Putting together all of the pieces to help you craft your best stories in just one week.
Become a better storyteller so you can build stronger connections, make lasting impressions, and have a more significant impact in your personal and professional life.
People want to tell better stories, but they often don’t know how.
They see storytelling as a large, complex, intangible process that requires years of training and experience, powerful memories, sizable vocabularies, and the ability to write well.
None of this is true.
Storytelling is a craft that can be learned quickly and easily when taught properly; best of all, storytelling is not like math. There are no right answers. You need not get every step correct to tell a great story. Learning just a few strategies, or even just one, will instantly make you a better storyteller. The kind of person who will be heard and remembered.
Learn how to tell the right stories well
and to experience the limitless benefits of great storytelling.
- Choosing the right story to tell
- Practical strategies to determine how to start and where to end your stories
- Earning and keeping your audience’s attention
- Determining what is important and what to avoid
- Injecting humor, and strategies for being funny even if you’re not
- And much more!
When you tell a story well, people remember what you said.
Stories allow you to plant yourself in a person’s heart and mind.
A well-told story causes people to trust you, believe in you, and feel deeply connected to you, even if they don’t know your first name.
By having stories to tell and by telling them well, you can turn almost every conversation into an opportunity to engage, influence, and persuade another person. You can convince them to see the world in a new way. Shift their thinking on a subject. Even change their mind.
During the seven-part series, Matt reveals the ideas behind the strategies which make them so effective.
He provides actionable insights and ensures that every one of his students is able to produce stories they are proud to share:
About the Creator Matthew Dicks
Acclaimed for his storytelling on stages, the radio, and in novels and nonfiction, Matthew’s wonderfully straightforward and engaging strategies and techniques for constructing, telling, and polishing any story prove without a doubt that anyone can learn to be an appealing storyteller; that everyone has something storyworthy to express; and perhaps most importantly, that the act of creating and telling a story is a powerful way of understanding and enhancing one’s own life.
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