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Tuesday, February 25 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Story: How To Choose, Build, and Tell Them FULL

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We all know story is important. But how do you choose the right one for your investor pitch, sales pitch, or keynote?

How do you build the story itself in the script for your pitch or talk? How do you know if it's too much of a lead in, or too much explanation before getting to the a-ha, or not enough at the end for the insight to click with your audience? Don't wing it, bring it. Bring your forethought to this fun and creative exercise so your story really sings. So it's memorable. So your audience can see themselves in it. So they want to act.

This session will give you the specific steps to follow concerning evaluating all your stories, choosing the right one, building it (both writing it and representing it via slides), and then your actual delivery of that story (use of pauses, word choice, non-verbals, etc).

Videos of me talking about Story:
1) This video shows the guts of the idea I'd present, only the workshop will be more polished steps and have exercises for people to do : https://www.linkedin.com/posts/cindy-skalicky-98892b103_new-video-tutorial-activity-6575812725325262849-Znqm
2) "Why is story important?) Me being interviewed (4 min)
3) And this helps too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTk5Fhn3RGg (2 min)

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Cindy Skalicky

Owner and Head Coach, On Point Communications
Cindy Skalicky is a Certified Instructor of Rockies Venture Club (RVC) content and the Owner of On Point Communications, LLC, a boutique messaging firm in Colorado. She provides expert public speaking coaching and brand consulting to individuals and teams who seek to master their... Read More →

Tuesday February 25, 2020 4:00pm - 4:50pm MST
CSU Venture Lounge at Rockwell North