Morning! My blog, Story Telling On Purpose, tracks Storytelling shows in DC, MD, and VA. With everyone trying not to be in other people’s space, the last safe space is virtual space. If you are having a virtual show, let me know. It can be storytelling, stand-up, or music. It can be curated or open mic. Just let me know about it! I’d love to help promote it. I’m no advertising agent, but I’m willing to bet if people get interested in you online, they will want to see you in person. Pretty sure that’s how online dating works. And like online dating, it will be up to you to keep them interested. Anyway, send me a DM or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org about your event. Looking forward hearing from you!
Published by Nick Baskerville
After years of being an instructor in the military and the and the fire service, I realized I needed to improve my delivery. My students needed me to improve delivery. But how do I improve my delivery? Simple. I finally took a member of Toastmasters up on the invitation to come to a meeting. It wasn't long until I joined. Along the way of improving my skills at delivering a message, I came to understand that of all the ways to get a point across, telling stories is the best way to get it done. Around this time, another friend from Toastmasters told me about The Moth monthly story telling shows. What better way to test out my theories on storytelling. It's in my travels there to the shows that I found more and more shows, and classes, and events centered around storytelling. Despite how many people know about the storytelling world, not many people know about the storytelling world. So now, I'm out to tell the world about storytelling. View all posts by Nick Baskerville