Storytelling is your authentic superpower.
Stories help us connect with each other and with the world.
With the enormous amount of data that is being generated every minute of the day across various media platforms, it’s becoming harder than before for creators, companies, or anyone with a message to reach their targeted audience. The message, no matter how well crafted, can get lost in the sea of data.
However, you can reach your target audience with authentic storytelling.
Storytelling is a lifelong skill that you can learn and use everyday.
Your authentic story can help the target audience understand your purpose better. The audience will connect with your narrative, perspective, and understand your WHY. Working and presenting your authentic story will be your best business or personal investment.
“Being authentic is not a requirement for success, but it is if you want that success to be a lasting success. Again, it goes back to WHY. Authenticity is when you say and do the things you actually believe. But if you don’t know WHY the organization or the products exist on a level beyond WHAT you do, then it is impossible to know if the things you say or do are consistent with your WHY. Without WHY, any attempt at authenticity will almost always be inauthentic.” – Simon Sinek, Start with WHY
In our Become An Authentic Storyteller Workshop, you will learn to tell authentic stories that connect with your audience, influence them, and help make the desired impact.
The interactive and engaging workshop runs for three weeks. You will spend time working on your stories, practicing them, and also sharing your feedback with others.
The Become An Authentic Storyteller Workshop is created and led by Nirmal Thapa.
Nirmal has spent over a decade building and scaling ideas from his own tech startup to a global technology company. His blog, Nirmal’s blog, serves as a springboard for thought provoking ideas and stories on creativity, leadership, impact, cultures, and people. He advises and consults with startups, universities, and organizations to tell their authentic stories to the world.