I know three things:
That which is will be.
That which will be was.
That which was is.
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"Listen, stories go in circles, they don’t go in straight lines.
So it helps if you listen in circles because there are stories inside
and stories between stories
and finding your way through them is as easy and as hard as finding your way home.
And part of the finding is the getting lost, and when you’re lost,
you really start to open up and listen."
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Just as with a set of clothes, sometimes you'll discover a story that used to fit perfectly is no longer comfortable. The truth is, you've outgrown it. If you feel the story you find yourself in right now is getting a bit snug, then it's probably time to try on something bigger.
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An interview with Doug Lipman,
nationally known storyteller, storytelling coach,
performer and author of three books, including the award-winning
The Storytelling Coach: How to Listen, Praise, and Bring Out People's Best
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Fran Yardley
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Diane Rooks,
Author of "Spinning Gold Out of Straw - How Stories Heal"
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(Photograph of the Pleiades star cluster by the Hubble telescope.)

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For millennia Aboriginal Australians have used story "Songlines"
to guide them unerringly through the trackless Outback.
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"I breathe; therefore, I am," says Gilles Marin.
"I think; therefore, I am not present."
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