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Public Speaking Tip: Four Stories You Must Have in Your Speech

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http://www.instantprospeaker.com http://www.storysellingsummit.com Arvee Robinson, The Master Speaker Trainer, Speech Coach, International Speaker and Author reveals the four stories speakers must have in every speech. When a speaker writes a speech stories should be written into the speech or presentation. Storytelling is an art form, however, storyselling can be learned by every speaker. The four stories you need in your speech to sell your audience are: 1) Your personal story - this story sells your audience on you 2) Success stories - stories about your clients and their success after working with you 3) Emotional stories - stories that make us laugh or cry 4) Lesson stories - stories that teach us a life lesson Not every speech you write will contain all four, however, the majority of your speeches should contain at least three of them (personal story, success story, and emotional story. You can learn how to write a speech filled with stories. Stories are important to have in your speech because the act as invisible selling. There is a direct link between opening someone's heart and opening their wallets. However, not all public speakers add stories to their presentations and this is a big mistake. One you don't want to make.Over the past ten years, I've discovered the secret to generating unlimited leads, attracting new clients, and closing more sells from the platform - adding powerful, persuasive stories to my speech. In fact, I've mastered storytelling and turned it into storySELLING and I can teach you how to do it too. My quest for Storytelling mastery came years ago after completing the "Storytelling" manual for Toastmasters International. After telling my first folk tale, I fell in love with storytelling. I continued to tell stories in my local Toastmaster club even after my five storytelling assignments were completed. One day, my Toastmaster mentor said, "Arvee, it's time to stop telling stories and get on with a new manual." I was crushed! Give up storytelling? Never! I began looking for storytelling training and found it. After the first training, I looked for more advanced training, and found it. During this training I discovered there were professional storytellers out there that told stories for a living! One of them invited me to a storytelling concert and soon invited me to be a guest teller on their stage. I couldn't quench my thirst for storytelling. The more I learned the more I wanted to tell and I couldn't wait for someone to invite me so I started hosting my own storytelling events and invited the storytellers I knew. With a background in theatre, it wasn't long before I was storyACTING! Later I even opened a storytelling club which is still in existence ten years later. How cool is that?! Today, I mastered the art of storySELLING in my speeches to sell. Over the years, I've learned that stories open the hearts of your listeners and that there is a direct link to open hearts and then to open pocketbooks. Also, stories suspend time because people get absorbed in the story and time flys by. The key to storySELLING is that stories act as invisible selling. You don't have to work so hard trying to get your clients to buy from you if you tell the right stories. In two powerful, action packed days you will learn the four proven story formulas that will grab the heart strings of your audience and get their wallets to fly open and their money flying out. Join me at http://www.storysellingsummit.com