Story telling

The importance of telling stories and sharing the love of coffee/tea!

Is it just refreshing to have a coffee/tea?

Taking tea/coffee breaks during your working hours isn’t just for cooling off, it’s also the potential for something big. Learn how to leverage this experience for personal development and strengthen bonds of understanding with your colleagues and staff members. This will not only build goodwill and trust, but also equip you with knowledge from other people’s experiences and culture.

The cup that makes everyone happy, can trigger the beginning of great conversation, friendship and long term relationships. In addition, an attentive ear is always welcome. In today’s chaotic lifestyle, where everyone is engaged in the matrix of profit, people often go unnoticed and ignored, resulting in a void in the individual, making them feel unappreciated and unappreciated. personally isolated. A shared cup of tea/coffee excites them and allows them to share their hearts, making them feel like they belong and also makes them want to perform better. Loyalty is the result of trust.

The golden cup of other people’s experiences!

The gold cup of other experiences teaches and educates everyone involved. Each experience is unique and has the power to teach something new, sometimes as simple as a new perspective on solving a problem. Isn’t it great to learn without really working to learn? The atmosphere is light and fun to drive around in other people’s adventure and experience.

A real person takes the time to share the joy, regrets, mistakes and pain of their teams and helps them unload the heavy baggage they have been carrying in silence. It’s easy to rush into conversations, be quick to offer our own opinions, and nod while our minds are elsewhere. But being there and giving our full attention is one of the nicest things we can do for someone. Adding value to people’s lives doesn’t always require big things, it often depends on the subtle steps of being human.

An ancestral tradition across cultures!

The art of storytelling is an ancient tradition across cultures, which helps educate people about history, culture, vernacular specialties, adventures, explorations and the arts, whether art of cooking, painting, architecture or anything else, with important moral lessons. The generosity of the character is built through the narration. The culture of people’s cohesion is built through storytelling. Unfortunately, the current generation is so obsessed with technology that they are texting and talking to family members sitting in another room in the house and the culture of sharing stories is dying out.

Every individual and every brand has a story to tell and all good stories deserve recognition and support. This will gain goodwill through word of mouth for both the individual and the company. However, if a leader demonstrates that they are building a culture of storytelling, this will encourage others to volunteer and thus spread unity and understanding among participants. It is essential not to sleep on the power of learning and communicating through stories. It’s a great way to connect with people and turn a possibly boring day at work into an interesting and digestible experience.

Don’t sleep on the power to learn and communicate!

Professional storytelling is a highly specialized art and can be put to good use at formal business meetings and parties etc. It will not only entertain people, but also prove that they all educate in the art of working in diverse cultures and negotiating different perspectives through moral applications. Thus, building a moving culture within the institution or organization and, in turn, uplifting society as a whole. It will also help colleagues adapt to each other, when they realize the fundamental fact that everyone also comes from a different background and culture. Some cultures have certain reservations while others have an open attitude towards the same problem. So maybe a middle ground can be found when a correct course of action is needed or an open-minded approach to accepting someone else’s approach to a problem can be chosen. This will be a more generous and educated prospect and should be welcomed. People need to realize that it’s not always about them alone. The voice of the other counts too.

An inclusive culture is more than meets the eye. This is where everyone is valued while being treated equally and respectfully. Where personal benefit is not the basis of any interaction. This is where civility and empathy reign supreme. Remember that your behavior reflects your culture. Friendly demeanor reveals your confidence to handle yourself and others well and with dignity.



The opinions expressed above are those of the author.