Academician Murray Nossel teaches people in business how to harness the near-magical power of storytelling. He has spent 30 years helping people tell stories using his “Narativ Method of Listening and Storytelling.” Nossel explains that to be a good storyteller, you must listen with care to other people when they share their stories. He focuses on the communication facet of storytelling, not the script, and that’s part of what makes his hands-on manual so helpful. According to his system, listening and speaking fuel one another to build genuine connection.
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Murray Nossel, PhD, co-founded Narativ with Dr. Paul Browde in 2000 and has taught storytelling for 25 years in more than 50 countries.
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1 year agopretty good
4 years agoKeep telling stories. Your own stories. It will change your life and life of others. Story is inspiration.
4 years ago“Listen as you speak” is a tool to inspire and influence in others— great article! How you inspire others?
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