Storycrafting is for anybody who would like to learn more about storytelling, both as a communication tool and as a way to better understand ourselves and the world around us. Sessions are socially-oriented learning experiences that ask participants to craft and share stories with one another, both to gain more experience as a storyteller and develop more confidence in the stories we all have to share. These sessions are designed to be engaging, participatory, and will hopefully lead to meaningful social experiences. Think of it like a cooler Toastmasters.
Storytelling is a skill that improves with practice and a deepening mindset towards how storytelling influences our perceptions. With a stronger understanding of storytelling, you’ll also develop skills for better leadership, persuasion, and authentic relating.
Infused in all of it will be a deeper exploration of courage and vulnerability. By sharing more of ourselves and the stories that influence us, we hope everybody will come to understand themselves better, “own their story,” and walk with more courage and confidence in the world.
If this sounds like something you’d benefit from, we’d love to have you join us.
This week we'll be talking about Vision. What are the visions each of us has for the world or for our personal lives? What is the power of having a vision? How do we share our vision in the context of stories?
Storycrafting occurs on a regular schedule throughout the month. The event is open to the public. Advance registration is greatly appreciated.Please see our event calendar for specific dates.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Session begins promptly at 7 p.m.
$15 in advance
$20 at the door
Collective Impact Center
3295 Meade Ave,
San Diego, CA 92116
The venue is in the basement of a church on the corner of 33rd & Meade in City Heights. The entrance is adjacent to the parking lot around the back of the building. Walk all the way to the end and you should see a sign pointing to the Collective Impact Center.
Parking is available in the lot behind the church and street parking.
* Even though we're in a church building, there is no intended religious affiliation to this event.
If you’d like to learn more about Storycrafting, suggest a venue, and/or inquire about bringing Storycrafting to your business or organizations, please visit our website here: https://thenewnarrative.org/storycrafting