Make Stories Matter
Our brains are wired to respond to stories in ways that CONNECT
us to each other and shift our mindsets and behavior.
What are your Inner Stories and why are they so important to understand?
We will look at different types of Inner Stories. The ones we share with others, plus the ones we tell ourselves. Inner Stories shape our own personal narrative and influences the narrative others project onto us. And as always, we’ll offer a storytelling tip that you can apply immediately.
Make Stories Matter:
How Memory Plays a Crucial Role in Story
a Facebook Live event
Wednesday, October 20 @ 2P MST
Now that learning has gone virtual, make 2021 your year to thrive virtually too! Matthew has moved his workshops to an online platform. Transform your communication and presentations by crafting your narrative to connect with your clients and your audience.
For litigators and trial lawyers who want to take their courtroom communication skills to the next level, contact Matthew to participate in a virtual two part workshop. Work one on one or join a group of colleagues, this workshop introduces you to the tips and tricks of effective practices and connection that can be applied immediately.
MATTHEW TAYLOR award-winning author, professional actor, storyteller and humorist has been entertaining audiences throughout the United States and internationally for the last twenty-five years.
Transplanted to Colorado from the small sailing village of Itchenor, England, Matthew is a partner of A.C.E. Entertainment, which has written and produced over fifty original shows, and is currently touring their smash hit, Girls Only – The Secret Comedy of Women.
Encouraged from the popularity of the A.C.E. show, Tales of an Englishman, Matthew continued to commit his stories to paper, which have now been compiled into the book, Goat Lips: Tales of a Lapsed Englishman. Released in the spring of 2015, Goat Lips has received the 2015 Independent Publishers Book Awards Gold Medal for Humor and is a National Indie Excellence Award Finalist.
Matthew has a long history of coaching theater, storytelling, and the art of improvisation. He formed Persuasion through Narrative in 2010 to teach communication skills through the use of narrative and has quickly gained a strong reputation, especially within the legal profession and educational institutions.
Matthew loves to bike, ski, sail, and is proud to be a husband and a father of two fabulous children (who continually keep him on his toes and laughing constantly).
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Read. Hire. Listen. Learn.
Matthew's book, Goat Lips, Tales of a Lapsed
If you want to improve
your results, improve
Matthew focuses on the
irresistible power of story as
an essential business tool.
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"Each story is a perfect little gem unto itself, but taken together they create a marvelous picture of a wonderful life being thumpingly well-lived."
Artistic Director, Stories on Stage
The Strange and Powerful Phenomena of Story
“Stories help us make meaning of our lives. Explore the art of storytelling – and how good stories have the power to transform our perceptions of the world.”
Andrew Stanton, Screenwriter, Toy Story and Finding Nemo
The first in a series of six, this video introduces the first phenomenon