If you’re a communicator, recite a story to a friend and request their feedback
- Get an envelope. Label it as your “Story Collections.”
- Collect stories or articles that resonate with you.
For example, cut out magazine articles that moved you the first time you read them.
- Put your collected stories in the envelope.
- Choose one story to read out loud each week.
You may also schedule in advance when to read the remaining stories in your envelope.
- Invite a friend to listen to you as you tell them the story aloud.
- While telling the story, pay close attention to the reaction of your friend.
Observe what parts of your performance caught their attention and what did not.
- Ask for feedback every after you finish telling a story.
Make sure that you take notes so you will not forget anything.
- Incorporate each feedback to improve your communication strength.
This is one of the best ways to maximize your ability to communicate with people.
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