Reader Mike Schultz shares another good source of online storytelling examples and resources to help you in your next speech: Washington, DC-based SpeakeasyDC, which aims to promote autobiographical storytelling with podcasts, recordings, and events that include a monthly open mic series, ensemble performances, story socials, and classes and coaching--and they broadcast on Local TV, available on the site. Here's a recent example from a woman speaker talking about her fears. Check out this new addition to our list of sources for your storytelling practice: listen to or watch the stories, look for techniques you can borrow and adapt for including your own personal stories in your speeches, and seek out some inspiration or new ideas.
Related posts: Learn storytelling online, 3 ways
Tell a story on yourself