September 15th 2014
Storytelling – The Anatomy of Inspiration, Stephen Bungay
In this presentation, Stephen Bungay focuses on the art of rhetoric, common storytelling techniques and the principles of conviction transfer. The later part of presentation focuses on style of delivery and uses Abraham Lincoln as an example.
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