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Storytelling for Public Speaking

  • Finest City Improv 4250 Louisiana St. San Diego, California 92104 (map)
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Storytelling is a powerful tool for connecting to an audience. It can help an audience understand the world from the speaker's point of view, express an emotion that isn't always easy to explain, and most of all, it can be fun! This workshop will be a crash course in storytelling, helping participants learn how storytelling can be used in public speaking, writing, performance or even casual conversation. We’ll go over the basics elements of a story, why each element is important and how they can be applied to our own stories. A big focus of the workshop will also be sharing our stories, exchanging feedback and practicing performance. Beginners and experienced public speakers can all benefit from this workshop. 

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Storytelling for Public Speaking
Saturday, November 10, 2018, noon to 5 p.m.
Finest City Improv
4250 Louisiana St,
San Diego, California 92104

Instructor Nathan Young is a public speaking coach and storytelling consultant. He has worked with such groups as TEDxSanDiego, the literary arts nonprofit So Say We All, and is currently the director of The New Narrative, a live storytelling project exploring how societal stories can be rewritten to create a more equitable future. Nathan has over six years of experience in public speaking and storytelling. He has seen first hand how communities grow stronger and people become more confident through sharing their stories. Storytelling helps individuals relate to each other, understand one another and feel a little less alone in the world. 

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