How Abraham Lincoln Used Storytelling
STORYTELLER AND LINCOLN-OLOGIST Terry Sprouse Guides Audiences to Use Storytelling as a Powerful Tool to Touch Hearts, Minds and Funny Bones, Like Abraham Lincoln Did.
The goal of Terry is to equip audiences with the very methods that Abraham Lincoln used to tell stories, such as mimicry, self-effacing humor and adding a moral to the story.
Terry, author of the book “How Abraham Lincoln Used Stories to Touch Hearts, Minds, and Funny Bones,” also illustrates how he uses stories in his daily life to connect with employees, co-workers, children, doctors and complete strangers. Storytelling is particularly handy for educators, speakers, entrepreneurs and leaders as a skill that could be used in every aspect of life.
Terry subscribes to Abraham Lincoln’s philosophy, “”A story is the shortest path between a stranger and a friend.”
AMAZON COMMENTS ON TERRY’S BOOK:
“Timeless wisdom! Terry shows how we too can develop these skills and put them to use in our daily lives and businesses.” – Don Blankenship, Top 50 Amazon Reviewer
“Terry teaches us the importance of storytelling as a means to succeed in life and build relationships with your family, friends and employers.” Awdhesh Singh, “The Secret Red Book of Leadership”
Use Stories to Touch Hearts, Minds & Funny Bones, Like Abraham LIncoln Did.
Make Each Day Count
Inspire and Engage Your Audience With Stories
Moon Valley Women’s Club, Phoenix, AZ
Assoc. of Lincoln Presenters Convention, Springfield, Illinois
Speak Like a Pro Conference, Tucson, AZ
Areas of Expertise:
Facilitation & Facilitation Skills
Senior Employment Re-entry
Women in Society
terrysprouse - Updated: October 18, 2016