You know we’re arriving near the end of this story when the best advice I can give you is to play Charades. It’s fun, you don’t need any equipment and it might just make you a better storyteller.
Yup, Charades can help you tell better stories, as can a host of other games from your childhood.
Someone clever, I think it was Picasso, said that children are born creative and only lose it as they grow older. That might explain why children are such great storytellers. Even without two real world experiences to rub together, they manage to put together epic tales of magic and mystery.
I want you to start thinking like a child, or at the very least playing enough children’s games that you begin to revert.
Need some help? Here is a list of storytelling games for you to try out.