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Andrew Stanton: The clues to a great story

WARNING….There is language some might find offensive. Be advised.

From Alan

Occasionally, we post talks from the TED conferences. This remarkable resource of creative and interesting people and ideas offers a wealth of inspiration and information.  Here, Andrew Stanton, tells us about his own life and what led him to being a storyteller.

As attorneys, mastering the skills of storyteliing is essential. Practice is important.  Tell stories to your friends and family. To your children and grandchildren. Don’t worry about being
interesting or instructive. Focus instead on the contact between yourself and your listener.  Focus on the specifics of your story.  Be concise and yet expansive….trust your instincts and play.  This will help your advocacy more than you might imagine.



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