My Christmas story is made up of my most treasured traditions, and I want to share them with you today.
One of the many things I learned at The Power of Storytelling conference in Romania, Bucharest, is that storytelling is the most democratic form of creativity. Murray Nossel, says that people can argue about politics, social and cultural beliefs, and opinions, but they can’t argue about experiences. Your story is what happened to you. I want to take a few hundreds words and tell you about my experience during this conference. I will share my experience in the form of lessons that stuck with me the most.
Following the first workshop held in Belgrade, The Irresistible Power of Strategic Storytelling, was held for the second time in Croatia, at WordCamp Zagreb. I would like to share with you a great story about Zagreb, a case study done by the students. This story will entice you to visit Zagreb, and give you an example of what we learned that day.
For those of you who haven’t had a chance to read about what we learn on these workshops, have a look at the workshop breakdown and learning points. Also, my good friend Anastasios, aka CrowdedTent, put together a video of the workshop held in Belgrade.
Last weekend I held my first storytelling workshop in my hometown at #WCBGD. I was flattered to see over 50 people at my workshop, and in this post I want to share with you what my workshop is all about, as well as some of the student’s impressions.
So, let’s uncover the mystery. Why are strategic stories so irresistibly powerful?
This is a poem that my step mother wrote about our pets, and since I moved away I have been missing them, so I thought it appropriate to share them with you. Maybe this way I will miss them less.