DaddyTeller: How to be a Hero to Your Kids and Teach Them What's Really by Telling Them One Simple Story at a Time
K. Sean Buvala (Author)
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DescriptionYou have the power, Dad, to influence and educate your child. You can teach your child about a virtue or value at bedtime tonight and have them wake up tomorrow morning as different people.Why Let the TV See Your Kids More Than You Do?Get your copy of the "DaddyTeller"(TM) book in the morning and you'll be able to tell a story at bedtime. I am talking about real, look-them-in-the-eye communication about what's really important in life. The storytelling techniques in this book will change your life.When you learn to tell stories to your kids, you become more interesting to your kids than any amusement park you could ever take them to. It's really easy and I teach you what to say and how to say it in the book. Sean says, "I've been a professional storyteller since 1986 and I'm a dad to four kids. I've told boatloads of stories and taught tons of people how to tell stories. Let me help you painlessly learn to communicate your values with your kids."Real Man, Real Dad: Telling Stories to Children.Take action, Dad, and download the DaddyTeller(TM) book right now. While spending less than the price of a lunch out of the office, you'll be creating memories and learning that will stick with your kids forever. And, if you need more prodding, it's well known that storytelling improves the math and reading skills of children.
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
November 04, 2013
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.18 inches | 0.28 pounds
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About the Author
Written by K. Sean Buvala. In short, storytelling conveys information in a way the listener will never forget. In 2007 Sean Buvala was presented the Oracle Award by the National Storytelling Network for his work in the promotion of storytelling, including the development of Storyteller.net, an online goldmine of resources for storytellers and their audiences alike. His work as a trainer and coach in the corporate word demonstrates his ability as a master storyteller. On the premise that good leadership requires strong communication skills, good storytelling techniques and the ability to convey information with impact, Sean designs workshops and seminars specifically for corporate groups, where he trains leaders to lead more effectively by improving their storytelling abilities. Here, he teaches real skills-not theory-that corporate management can implement immediately. In executive-level workshops that identify what already works for the company and what needs fixing, participants are shocked to see dramatic improvement in their public-speaking and leadership abilities. Now Sean has applied his years of experience as a storyteller-and, not incidentally, father-to a project designed to help Dads convey valuable information to their own children. "DaddyTeller: How to be a Hero to Your Kids and Teach Them What's Really Important By Telling Them One Simple Story at a Time" is a step-by-step book guide for teaching Dads to become storytellers for their kids. As the father of four daughters, Sean knows this subject intimately. Based on the premise that any father can learn to tell his children stories that convey values and ethics to his children, DaddyTeller offers nine simple stories (eight plus a bonus) aimed to turn story time into a meaningful and loving experience for both parent and child.