The idea of being able to talk about our stories and expressing that in ways other than a boring powerpoint is pretty sick. Examples of people sharing their stories with others can be seen in the palm of your hand, social media. Personal inspiration for me comes from vloggers. Some of my favorites include Jamie O’Brien, David Dobrik, and Justin Escalona. If you don’t know who these individuals are, YouTube is literally a click away. However, I think it’s also good to share some made up stories.

Leaving reality for a couple minutes, whether it’s after practice or a day of work is good. This is why people love movies, tv shows, and fictional books. I think diving more into made up stories would be a cool way to share our stories, or share fictional stories.

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Paul · January 31, 2021 at 8:44 pm

That is a good point. “Your story” can mean the story you want to tell, which does not need to be about you, and could be fiction.

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