Trying to hack storytelling is another way of avoiding storytelling

After observing the buzz through the past years, reading everything between the tacky copy-paste “tell a story” and elaborate dissecting concepts, I have a few simple conclusions: It’s about trying to force existentialism into the scientific method and it’s not working. It’s all a colossal waste of time. It’s simply another way of avoiding storytelling. […]

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Storytelling performance indicators | Two feedback questions that help us realize what we can improve on

By Limor Shiponi Storytellers often shy away from giving feedback to each other in public. Between “spellbinding” and “moving” we’re not helping each other too much. This becomes a real problem if you’re at the beginning of the journey. The absence of knowledge about storytelling performance indicators makes it difficult to evaluate skill. Even before

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