Stories win races. Change minds. Influence events. People are WIRED to respond to stories. They give your audience emotion to connect to, and make you - your cause - relatable. Learn the characteristics of a successful story during this one hour training.
This webinar series features debate and communications professionals, Nathanael Yellis and Tim Snyder. In part one you'll see these experienced LI faculty analyze successful stories and storytellers to help you learn ten characteristics of effective stories (click here to see all ten in this article), the characteristics of a good storyteller, and how stories benefit both you and your audience.
Nathanael Yellis manages online operations for Heritage Action for America, as Deputy Political Director.
He's an experienced campaign volunteer and worked for TeenPact Leadership School. While at Patrick Henry College (Class of 2008), Nathanael was an All-American debater and team captain. In 2009, Nathanael graduated from the Acton School of Business with an MBA in Entrepreneurship, ranked in the top five by the Princeton Review.
Nathanael lives on Capitol Hill with his wife and daughter. In his spare time, he consults entrepreneurs in strategy and communications and coaches debate for Ethos.