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We Are All Storytellers But In What Way Are We Telling Our Story?

Updated on December 10, 2014

Do You Have The Ability To Write A Story?

If you love to express yourself with words than you're a writer, so don't deny it. One way to know if this is your passion or destiny is to stay focus on the path of writing down everything that comes into your head. How would you know if this is for you? This is how, when you're extremely comfortable sharing your story or someone else is story with poetry, novels, blogging, articles, and many other forms of literature than your a creative thinker, without any doubt. Be proud to tap into your imagination that way and craft your story for the world to see because your a great storyteller.

  1. Writers
  2. Journalist
  3. Comedians
  4. Producers
  5. Teachers
  6. Authors
  7. Screenplay writers

Words Are Powerful Form Of Expressing Oneself
Words Are Powerful Form Of Expressing Oneself | Source
A painting from the 19th century
A painting from the 19th century | Source

Can You Draw Or Create Something Out Of Nothing?

Lets say you enjoy creating a moral or making a statue out of clay than your showing your story with your hands. Some people have the ability to build anything with their hands their creative juices start to flow as soon as they touch a pen, brush, clay, cloth, wood, or tools. Many people are capable to transform nothing into something and make it into a masterpiece. You might be this type of artist that shines and manifest your story this way.

  1. Artists
  2. Architects
  3. Mechanics
  4. Fashion Designers
  5. Web Designers

If Dancing Or Acting Is Another Way You Share Your Story?

When you're able to move and groove on the dance floor than you are using a movement to create a story. And if you have the natural ability to act than your showing us with an inspiring performance.

  1. Dancers
  2. Actors or Actresses
  3. Mime
  4. Movie director

What Type Of Storyteller Are You?

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Are You A Singer Who Is Able To Belt Out Any Note Or Even Create A Beat?

A song can breath life to anyone who can hear the message. If you love to sing and shout your life-story into the world than you're a singer. Music can exactly change peoples live with the message their sending with their voices. Now, if you have this type of ability than you're a storyteller alright, be proud to share your message this way.

  1. Singers
  2. Songwriters
  3. Producers
  4. Musicians
  5. Rappers

Let's Say You Enjoy or Love Cooking?

When you're in the kitchen creating a dish somehow your telling a story. You might being saying how can that be. Well, if someone taught you or you're self-taught on how to prepare a repast. This is how your share your story by creating a fabulous dish.

  1. Chefs
  2. Gardeners
  3. Sou-Chefs
  4. Caters


I Believe That Everyone Has The Supernatural Capability To Be A Storyteller!

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    • Venus Rivera profile imageAUTHOR

      Daisy Rivera 

      3 years ago from Chicago, IL

      It's true. I'm glad you saw my point of view about each art form telling a great story. Thank you for taking sometime to read my hub.

    • Mel Carriere profile image

      Mel Carriere 

      3 years ago from San Diego California

      You are quite right. Sometimes writers arrogantly claim to be the only storytellers, but every art form tells a story. I never thought about it that way. Great hub!

    • Venus Rivera profile imageAUTHOR

      Daisy Rivera 

      3 years ago from Chicago, IL

      I love your input, AngeShearer. I'm glad you we're inspired by my words. So be a great storyteller and share your story the best way you know how and be creative in all you do and it will happen for you. We need to impact someone else's life with a word, song, picture, and even a dance. Thank you, for reading my hub.

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      Angie Shearer 

      3 years ago from Whangarei, Northland

      Very intriguing there are many forms to telling a story and I just love how you have listed them in your hub...you inspire me even more....Great hub

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