Almost everyone has someone in their family who can tell a good story; someone who can turn the most boring event into the most exciting yarn. Is this the definition of storytelling? Does a true story need to be factually correct? Can a fictional story be true?
How do you define storytelling?
In this week’s #letsblogoff, let’s examine the art and science of storytelling and why we human beings seem to need a good story like we need food, water and air. Or take the discussion in your own direction. But above all, tell us a good story. Or a bad one even.
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