Storytelling in History

Whether it be a highly acclaimed novel or a thought-provoking idea, the key to lasting the test of time may lie in storytelling. In his article, Todd Barrish explains how telling stories has always been an important part of life, and in doing so, it can have the same impact on an entrepreneur’s pitch to investors as it can on a university professor’s lecture — it will help the audience stay engaged and retain the information presented. With examples from Shakespeare to Bruce Springsteen, having the ability to share stories can be a crucial factor to one’s lasting success.

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