Heal Your Heart At Stories From The Heart

Michele Woods, accomplished writer, and fledgling stand-up comic writes a beautiful piece about Stories From The Heart                            “You can warm your hands at a poem” is a quote from the writer Jeanette Winterson. To those words, I’d like to add, “you can… Read More »

8 Spectacular Storytelling Tips to Spice up your Speaking

Are you a master at storytelling? If you would like to be more engaging, get more bookings and be more relatable as a speaker, then mastering the art of storytelling is a great way to stand out from the crowd. In this article, I will share with you 8 Spectacular Storytelling Tips to Spice up… Read More »

Vulnerability in Public Speaking. Be Real. Be Present. Be You.

It Takes Courage Making an authentic connection with your audience takes courage. If you want to create an impact it requires being yourself. For some that’s hard. It’s a lot easier when public speaking, to talk about the latest company figures or systems. Peeling back the onion layers of your unique self can be hard,… Read More »

Sharing My Story How This Changed Me

A guest blog by Katrina Davy. I love to play with ideas that stretch me out of my comfort zone and so when Lisa Evans founder of Speaking Savvy asked for volunteers to tell stories at her Stories from the Heart live storytelling event, I found part of me, the Adventurous One, yelling “Okay, let’s… Read More »

Stories From The Heart A Storyteller’s Experience

My live storytelling experience by Jacqui Alder Why I recommend participating in ‘Stories From The Heart’ live storytelling Perth events. As a child, I was privileged enough to hear life stories from around the world told by the elders in my extended family. Through those stories (some of which were even true) I gained a… Read More »

Make your audience feel valued. They are the most important part of your story

Are you listening? Have you ever been at a networking event having a conversation with someone, and they are looking over your shoulder to see who else more interesting may be around?  I have a fascination for the way people communicate and I often observe this happening. It’s incredibly rude! of course, not all people… Read More »

What’s Your Story?

What’s your story? Are you ready to share it? Storytelling is the most powerful way in which to activate our brains to remember and add meaning. If you ditch the PowerPoint, bullet points, charts and copious handouts,  and tell stories instead your public speaking and presentation skills will reach new heights. We feel involved and engaged… Read More »