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    Natalija

    I agree, people remember things better when you tell them a story. It's working with both kidds and adults. It's an old educational method dating from prehystoric times, and it's so effective, so human and so sweet. It takes us back to our childhood and back to time when we were listening our grannies telling us fairy tales and thus forming our life scripts...That suggestive is the story telling method.
    My favorite story was Little Red Ridinhood...

    Timothy Johnson

    Bob... I'll order a copy. I've been drawn to the use of story-telling as a communication tool for a while now. Thanks for making us aware of this new book! I told my project management students a few weeks ago that the art of story-telling is a critical skillset for being a good project manager (since most of our time is spent communicating anyway).

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