David Morin

8 years ago, I committed to build my social confidence and become great at connecting with people.

Hundreds of books and thousands of interactions later, I'm ready to share with the world what I’ve learned.

The interest in my findings has been beyond my dreams. We now have 30 000 members taking our courses. Perhaps you’ve seen my writing in magazines like Business Insider and Lifehacker.

Follow me on Twitter or Read more.

8 years ago, I committed to build my social confidence and become great at connecting with people.

Hundreds of books and thousands of interactions later, I'm ready to share with the world what I’ve learned.

The interest in my findings has been beyond my dreams. We now have 30 000 members taking our courses. Perhaps you’ve seen my writing in magazines like Business Insider and Lifehacker.

Follow me on Twitter or Read more.

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  1. life lesson stories

    It’s true that some people have natural good storytelling skills. But others can learn it too, through practice and by following a few tips. As you have mentioned, it is very important to tell stories that are related to discussion topic or mood of the gathering. If you start telling a story that is not related to the topic being discussed, it is very likely that people with not listen to you and they may even get annoyed.

  2. SD

    If I followed all your advice I’d be trying to remember 157 different principles. Just perfect for someone who overthinks. Do you actually see the flaw in your advice?

    • David Morin

      In the program that this extract is taken from, you get exercises for how to internalize the advice before you go into a social setting by practicing this form of storytelling on your own.

      That way, you don’t have to deal with overwhelm.

      If you want to focus on only one thing, I would recommend rule number 6.