Tuesday, November 5, 2013

A Great Story Teller

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“People love stories about people. We love telling them and we love hearing them.”
        We know that people prefer story over statistics and personal stuff over statistics and general stories. Exploiting this face, we can tell a great story by the following guideline. 

  • Begin with a moving story of a person.
  • Then, discuss statistics in a more general sense.
  • Finally, close the discussion with the story. 
This way you can tell an appealing story with great insights.

SOURCEThe Science of Fear: How the Culture of Fear Manipulates Your Brain 


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Book or Audiobooks?

Personally, I prefer audiobooks. It's fun, and I can listen when I'm doing something else. It also makes other activities (e.g., jogging) a lot more fun. For more detail about audiobooks, please read [this post].

There is one more reason that may encourage you to go for the audiobook version. You can get it now for FREE. Audible offers you a free trial for 14 days. Even if you get the book and cancel the subscription right away (so that you don't have to pay), you can keep the book. And, don't worry if you lost the audiobook file. Just log into audible.com. You can keep downloading the over and over again.

   About the summary: It takes time to finish up a book. And, when you do, sometimes, you want to review what you learn from the book. If you do not make  notes as you read, you might have to go through the book once again. This can be time-consuming when you are dealing with a book. But you can still flip through the book and locate what you are looking for.

However, when the material is an audiobook, it is extremely hard to locate a specific part of content. Most likely you will have to listen to the entire audiobook once again.

This book summary will help solve the pain of having to go through the book all over again.

I am leaving out the details of the books. Most books have interesting examples and case studies, not included here. Reading the original book would be much more entertaining and enlightening. If you like the summary, you may want to get the original from the source below.

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