If you've lived to any ole' ripe age, you have a veritable library of stories to tell and leave behind as your legacy.
For many of us, however, the idea of recording our entire life saga feels more than a little daunting. Very few people have the time, attention span, or interest in writing a full-blown memoir.
So, what if you broke your story down into the most interesting parts? Think of those mini-stories as books of different genres in your "library." Do you have a world-class love story to tell? (Romance) Perhaps you marched on Washington in the 60s? (American History) Is there a fascinating unsolved Mystery in your past? Or, a fall-down funny incident (Humor) that must be preserved in family lore?
By honing in on your most significant and compelling stories, the idea of sharing your "library" with others becomes more palatable and, ultimately, doable.
That's the goal of my upcoming class on Tuesday, Jan. 15 (two sessions to choose from: 10 am and 7 pm). Register today to learn lots of tips on how to tell your story in entertaining and efficient ways. Attendees will also have the opportunity to be interviewed by me in the Sound + Vision studio at a later date. (That part's optional.)
Hope to see you there!
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