A few quotations on the power of stories

Whether you tell traditional stories, share your childhood escapades with your kids, narrate the day’s events or make up stories on the spot – grab the power of storytelling for your parenting toolkit!

Here’s a little bit of food for thought:

“Great stories teach you something. That’s one reason I haven’t slipped into some kind of retirement: I always feel like I’m learning something new.” ~ Clint Eastwood

“The process of putting your life into order with a beginning, middle, and end forces you to see cause and effect.” Cahtherine Burns, artistic director, The Moth

“Over the years I have become convinced that we learn best – and change – from hearing stories that strike a chord within us… Those in leadership positions who do not grasp or use the power of stories risk failure for their companies and for themselves.” ~ John Kotter, Harvard Business School

“The Conceptual Age can remind us what has always been true but has rarely been acted upon – that we must listen to each other’s stories and that we are each the authors of our own lives… we are our stories.“ Daniel Pink, A Whole New Mind

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