I'm excited to be bringing you this event again.
Do you get how engaging stories are in presentations but think that yours are too ordinary and boring to mention?
Maybe people keep saying ‘you must have a story, everyone does!’ but yours still eludes you.
You’re almost sick of hearing that:
- Stories make your content more entertaining, easier to absorb and more memorable
- Sharing them makes you more human, more vulnerable and more approachable
- Sharing stories ultimately brings you more business
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I know that when you’re in that place of thinking you don’t have a story, just being told that you ‘definitely do’ doesn’t really help.
What if I could take you a few steps further and create space for you to find your stories – to help you connect to your ideal customers and get them buying from you?
What if I did that in a fun, high vibe and light-hearted way, bringing you together with others just like you – and at a super-low cost?
What if you finally found some stories you can call your own?
Why would you say ‘No’ to that?
I’m Rachel Maunder and I help people tell their stories – and sometimes that means helping them to find those stories.
A speaker coach and trainer for many years, my true zone of genius is in helping others craft their stories. I have a real knack for picking out the good places to start, what to leave in and leave out and how to match their story with their message.
But I too know what it’s like to think you don’t have a story.
A competent and confident speaker virtually all my life, I never shared my stories. It wasn’t as if I’ve ever done anything amazing.
And yet the feedback I got on my speaking was always the same: ‘Good content, good call to action and well-delivered. But we want to hear a bit more about you. We want to hear your story.’
But how could I share my story when I didn’t have one? Who on earth would want to hear my boring old stuff, when so many speakers out there had truly awesome stories to share?
Fast forward a few years, with a lot of digging deep and trial and error, I found that my story had been there all along. A bit like my shadow, it had always been behind me and I just hadn’t seen it.
I also woke up to the value in sharing some of those ordinary everyday stories – those anecdotal tales of childhood, tough times, good times or crazy times. They all make us who we are and they all make a good story.
Once I found and started using my own stories I realised I got more bookings, more invitations to speak, people recommended me more.
Now, when someone tells me they don’t have a story I love to help them find it.
Wherever you are in your speaker journey, if stories are an issue for you, I’d love to help you too.
And let’s make it fun!!
"This event has given me the courage to stop dismissing my own story and to start sharing it more widely.
Brilliant materials Rachel! Whenever I speak to you, I unlock about 5 more useful stories effortlessly!"
"I now have a few stories to begin with, all thanks to listening to others and using your prompts. They even sparked some of my long-lost stories which will become core stories."
"Highly recommend to anyone who thinks they don’t have a story, wants to get their story telling going for business or pleasure and also to realise that out of one story so many other stories can be told.
Brilliant and the prompts were so inspiring. I use bespoke prompts for my own business and I know how valuable they are."
Here are the details. The new date will be announced shortly
We kick off at 9.30 a.m. and will be finished by 3.30 p.m., closing with a celebratory round up for all the wonderful stories you'll uncover.
Can’t commit to a whole day? Pop in when you can.
'Just having the Story Hunt Guide alone will be worth your investment. Registering for the Story Hunt Extravaganza is a no-brainer!'
What is it?
- A fun but valuable event to help you unearth some of those forgotten stories.
- All in the course of 1 day – but you don’t need to be there all day. Pop in and out to suit your schedule.
- A shared experience
- an opportunity to learn how to share your stories.
- Come to share or come to listen – everyone gets something from the day.
- An end of day celebration.
- Simple prompts and questions to help you find your treasure.