Shy or outgoing, we are all faced at some point with the need to tell a story. It’s a human instinct that inclines us to share important information with our family and friends. Do you have something important to say? We have all felt it, that desire or aspiration to spill our guts. Granted, we aren’t all gifted story tellers. Some of us can make the most boring story sound like a blockbuster movie and yet others can’t even get the facts right. It happened on a Tuesday…no, a Wednesday…actually, it happened yesterday. Yes, we have all been at the mercy of a novice orator. There uncertainty, plot twists comprised of random details, sounds painful.
The story teller’s job is to provide the reader or listener with relevant information. The trick here is to keep the audience entertained long enough to reach the end of the story.
We all have something to say. Ultimately, it’s not just the value of the content that makes you a great story teller. Recounting a great tale of your exploits on vacation to Aruba is far more interesting than your visit to the grocery store. What’s also important, sometimes this can be more detrimental than anything else, is how your story is presented. For the writer, the tool of choice is a personalized tablet or notepad.
The writer works hard to become a great storyteller. They will toil day and night to bring their readers a great literary masterpiece. Ask any writer why they do what they do and they will be a loss for words. It’s a passion that compels them to write or an indescribable calling that haunts the very essence of their soul. Either way, it is their burden to write it all down. Have you ever read a book and thought? I can do that! We knew it. It’s the storyteller inside of you trying to come out. Tap into the writer you have always wanted to be with a personalized tablet or notepad.