Storytelling has evolved into a much needed soft skill. Even though I am using this skill for both personal and professional level from some time, there is always a scope for improvement. Business Storytelling Festival was the perfect opportunity to learn from others and from their mistakes to improve my style of storytelling.
Storytelling? What it is? Have you ever got chance to listen to a story? Have you ever recited a story? Why storytelling is considered an important skills in today’s professional world. Well, I do not have answers to all your questions, but I can at least share my journey of acquiring this skill.
Rising temperature, Summer, Hot days? What does it reminds you? Uncertainty, Confusion or even Suspense? All of this in this month’s BSS meetup along with my first time on a suspense story!
Storytelling Jam Under The Trees. A unique kind of experimentation to pen down stories on the spot through collective participation of different individuals. How did it work? Just read it in my blog post.
Stories of our new year resolution gone wild , stories of people who have the habit of writing, the crazy new year party or others things a diary is associated with brings laughter at later occasions. Interested? May be read more about the memories of past (including my childhood stories) in this meetup summary.
Storytelling in the context of ancient China: My observations!
As the world celebrates Father’s day in June, we would like to invite you to bring in stories folktales, myths and tales that revolve around the Father figure. It need not be a personal tale…it could be a story that you have read or are reading!
I participated in this event with a very personal story of mine to celebrate father’s day 🙂 Read more in this post-event summary.
Wishes? Who does not have it? So, this time Bangalore Storytelling Society gathered 4 story tellers to talk about their wishes. Although, it was their wishes, every listeners could connect with them as we all have wishes (big or small) at some point in life.
Fact No. 23 – The most often used words in our lives is “If only”! Wait a minute, do not assume, I am trying to become philosophical here, I am just trying to convey Bangalore storytelling society events on ‘narrative storytelling re-imagined for young adults’. Are you a storytelling fan? then you may like to read this event experience description.
Stories are powerful medium to display ancient traditions, passing cultural heritage to newer generations or inspiring the listeners. Have you ever fallen so deeply by a fantasy stories? Got inspired […]