The Power of Story

People tell stories of
things that happened to themselves or their
friends all the time as a way of explaining
their own decisions. The stories may not be
scientifically representative, the events may
be mistaken, misunderstood, or
misinterpreted. But all that aside, the power
of the story is to guide, often in a good way,
the decision toward one choice rather than

Facione, PA, “Critical Thinking: What It is and Why it Counts”

Do you believe that stories plant seeds for transformation? I do. We are writing our stories every single day, and we are telling them through our actions, by what we think, how we feel, and the intentions we set for ourselves. My story is one of resilience. What’s your story?

One thought on “The Power of Story

  1. Hello,
    I love stories that show how the people in the story have the power to change the course of events. This is what my story is all about. I was born into a very small family, and I was always the last to get what I wanted. But I never gave up. I kept fighting, even when it was hard. I learned how to think and to hope, and I learned that the only way to change the course of events is to have the courage to take risks. That’s what I did when I started my own business. I took risks, and I was able to achieve great things. That’s what makes my story so inspiring.


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