Storytelling for a better world

The First Rose

Posted by Carl Gough on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 In : Flora and Fauna 
The humble Primrose (Primula vulgaris) is looking its finest right now. They love wooded places, hedgerows and embankments but be warned, they are also associated with doorways to the fairy realm.

Wherever you find them growing, tread carefully, for the fair folk are most certainly watching and judging you! Be respectful as you pass by and you might be granted good luck, but upset or anger them and bad luck will surely follow!

Our relationship with the Primrose goes way back. At one time they c...
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Why Storytelling?

Posted by Carl Gough on Sunday, May 5, 2019

Why Storytelling? - the mistake I made in not recognising the value of storytelling:

When I first set up my business, storytelling was just intended to be the glue to join the two main activities of environmental education and creativity. In hindsight, I had a very poor appreciation for the wider role and appeal of stories back then, but that was about to change. Within the first year of business 90% of bookings were for storytelling. By year two, I’d scrapped the original business plan and...

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Here you'll find some broad subjects but all posts are rooted in storytelling in one way or another. All posts are just personal reflections based upon my experiences and background. Thanks for dropping by and hope you find something worth your time. Comments are welcomed but not essential.

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