We are story tellers whenever we interact verbally or non-verbally with another, whether we want to be or not. We are contextual architects when we attempt to have a specific impact on the stories people tell themselves.
Whenever you are in someone’s presence, that person is telling themselves a story about you. Whenever someone even thinks of you, they will project a story they perceive as coming from you. It’s like seeing a movie. The movie makers had a story in mind to portray to you, to move you in certain ways. However, the story you actually tell yourself about the movie may be totally different. On many occasions I’ve seen the same “bloodletting” story used to make opposing points, as another example. The story we’re told… Read more Interaction 2 →
Whenever we touch someone, we are telling them a story with our hands. Whenever we talk we are telling a story with our voice. When we listen to someone, we are telling them a story with our body language. When we enter a room that someone else occupies, we are telling them a story with our body language. What stories are you telling?