von anketroeder

»Like a good story, a good presentation has a solid structure.«

No, no, no. NO! A good story needs no structure. A good story is all words and taking turns and getting lost. A good story is a foggy poem, it is hermetic and misses all possible target groups but one. A story with a solid structure is just another boring text listening to another boring set of boring rules. Made up by who? A department for creative writing?

When will people get the basic difference between a talk and a story.

 When will storytelling be a free and roaming term once again?

A story is free to do whatever it wants to do; stories are cats, stories have wings. A talk has a set task. And a master.

Do your job. Good dog. Good master.