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Newsletter 41: Most Memorable Metaphors
Metaphors are emotional, memorable, carry deep meaning. We look at some of the great metaphors from historical speeches
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Our Living Your Storied Life retreat workshop happens 31/8 to 2/9 at BKR near Gansbaai.
Discover your purpose, see your life as an unfolding story, and enter the adventure of becoming fully alive. How we interpret the narratives within our Life Story is crucial in influencing our life affirming energy, creativity and vitality, and countering the destructiveness and self-sabotage that can happen along the way.
We have been holding workshops for professors, lecturers and young academics in Potchefstroom (at the Sports Village where the football World Cup winners,Spain,were based), Pretoria and Cape Town. Our subject has been the use of story patterns to design lectures and presentations; enlivening, challenging and involving audiences and learners through story; and using metaphors to carry ideas.
A number of new articles have been added to our archive for members
New diagnostics for the narrative practitioner’s toolbox are on:
•Advice on selecting just the right story for your lecture, speech, presentation...
•A workshop exercise inviting people to tell their stories of what inhibits them, what makes them come alive: The 3 Me’s
•Arguments to persuade potential clients to adopt the use of story in their organisations
Used in a Jeep Grand Cherokee TV advert: “You can watch your dream slip away, or you can follow it. You can walk a beaten track or follow a new path. You can escape from your story or take it with you. You can ignore your nature or let it drive you. You cannot travel the path until you become the path itself” Buddha
“When a bird is alive it eats ants. When the bird is dead ants eat the bird. So time and circumstances can change” Mufti Ismail Menk
“Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it” Mark Twain
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