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Summer Coaching Special 2018

Stuck?Unmotivated?Lost in the woods?I gotcha.Need some coaching work? I’ve been coaching for decades working with artists, communicators, and authors.Need an affordable push or pull? Take advantage of this following offer.Hi folks. It’s hot and dry in Arizona this August, after being hot and wet all last month. I have locked myself in the office to get some work done. I’m barely leaving my home office. That means I have a number of…See More
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Storytelling Tip: Where to Find Anecdotes

Sometimes the hardest part of how to create a story is being able to find the story starters. These anecdotes (and the little brother called the “float”) may at first seem hard to come by. Let me suggest to you a few things that you might use to find the bits and pieces of stories in your life.Photos Old photos are usually the first place that storytellers turn to when needing to get a story starter. This is true in both business and personal settings. Find a box of old photos that may be…See More
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Halloween 2014 Stories

http://www.halloweenkettle.com/story A week long drip of Halloween stories from Storyteller.net. A 30 second commercial. Music used with permission from Inco...
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Marketing Webinar Saturday 4/26. Ask now!

Ask me anything- a free webinar on Saturday the 26th. Talking marketing for working performing artists...come even if you don't send in a question....details at http://www.artistmarketingworkshop.com/amaapril2014See More
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Professional Storyteller is a network for people who work in the field of oral storytelling. Please write a brief paragraph about your work.
Sean Buvala is a storyteller in the oral storytelling tradition. In that tradition, he tells stories from around the world. But it’s the how of his storytelling that sets him apart. You’re more likely now to find Sean working at events that blend the many forms of the spoken word together. Think slam-style events. Sean often tells folktales and fairytales with a modern sensibility, oftentimes mixing those old tales with bits of personal experience that brings the audience along. Int telling these hybrid-type tales, Sean helps the audience to know that our modern concerns aren’t so unique; even our ancestors had to have a way to express joy, love, anger, betrayal, and ecstasy.

You’ll find Sean working his specific style on the same stages where others are spitting their own truth.

Sean began his work back in the mid-1980s, working with young people to teach the essentials of life skills through the medium of storytelling. He’s worked with some of the largest businesses in the world as well as the smallest entrepreneurial startups. Having worked across such industries as human services, hospitality, medicine, mining, and technology, he’ uniquely placed to help your business as well.

Work with Sean Buvala to develop your own unique speaking style. You’ll find his unique approach to content over technique to be a refreshing way to approach your next communication event.

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Summer Coaching Special 2018

Stuck?

Unmotivated?

Lost in the woods?

I gotcha.

Need some coaching work? I’ve been coaching for decades working with artists, communicators, and authors.

Need an affordable push or pull? Take advantage of this following offer.

Hi folks. It’s hot and dry in Arizona this August, after being…

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Posted on August 6, 2018 at 6:54pm

Storytelling Tip: Where to Find Anecdotes

Sometimes the hardest part of how to create a story is being able to find the story starters. These anecdotes (and the little brother called the “float”) may at first seem hard to come by. Let me suggest to you a few things that you might use to find the bits and pieces of stories in your life.

Photos

Old photos are usually the first place that storytellers turn to when needing to get a story starter. This is true in both business and personal…

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Posted on June 25, 2018 at 1:40am

Marketing Webinar Saturday 4/26. Ask now!

Ask me anything- a free webinar on Saturday the 26th. Talking marketing for working performing artists...come even if you don't send in a question....details at http://www.artistmarketingworkshop.com/amaapril2014

Posted on April 25, 2014 at 5:24pm

So You Want to be a Pro Storyteller- The Webinar

""So You Want to be a Professional Storyteller?" Free Webinar. Details at: http://www.storyteller.net/news/2013/08/714/"

One of the most popular trainings that I offer. Let’s be blunt: You can turn any corner in any city and you’ll bump into someone who wants to be a professional storyteller. Yet, few of these people are ready for the genuine commitment (and…

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Posted on August 11, 2013 at 1:49pm

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Monday Evenings, October 2011. On Your Phone.

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and how they'll effect you in 2012? For example: "Your Book is Your New Business Card."

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Posted on September 26, 2011 at 8:03pm

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At 8:27pm on January 29, 2013, Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) said…

Hey, Big Guy,

Hope your birthday and the coming year are both great for you!

At 2:42pm on January 29, 2010, Dianne de Las Casas, Founder said…
Happy Birthday! Welcome to the "OTHER SIDE." Muhahahahahaha. Hope you have a fantabulous day!
At 10:14am on July 30, 2009, Glenda Bonin said…
Hi! Thanks. I think you saw this piece before I did, what sort of an advance storytelling alert information service do you have, anyway? gb
At 6:54am on April 18, 2009, Glenda Bonin said…
Hi Sean! Thanks for the link and info. Mesa, eh? I know Steve has read my bio, so I haven't a clue as to why my address has changed. Perhaps there is more prestige for storyteller if they live in Mesa? Hitting the road for Utah in an hour - will pass through Mesa, so maybe that counts. gb
At 11:58pm on April 16, 2009, Rivka Willick said…
Sean,

The house concerts I'm aware of have been connected with other arts orgainziations or non profits or have been private parties. Have you dealt with house concerts with are independent? What tax issues have you dealt with? I'd love ot expand house concerts as a fundraising op for non profits. Any insights? RW
At 9:42am on March 9, 2009, rosie cutrer said…
Thank you, Sean. What a pleasant surprise! I hadn't seen this article until you sent me the posting. And as Norah Dooley said below....HOW did you know about it before I did?
At 7:22pm on December 24, 2008, Norah Dooley said…
Thanks Sean ! Who knew? They did anice job on PR for this event - Meanwhile - I am teaching performnig arts in middle school and struggling. I have 308 students a week - avg class size 26/ 5th - 8th grades. I am a wimp but I am learning.
Happy and a Merry to you and yours. Norah
PS> Curious - how did you know about this before I did? I have google alerts and everything.
N
At 8:47pm on December 18, 2008, Reisa Stone said…
Sean, coming from your extensive professional background, I will take that as a HUGE compliment. Thank you!

Reisa
At 11:24pm on November 16, 2008, Kate Dudding said…
Sean,

Yes, wasn't that article great? I think it did draw some of the approximately 170 people to our Tellabration this afternoon.

Thanks for writing.

Kate
At 4:27pm on November 14, 2008, Tom Taylor said…
Hey, Sean

Thanks - good to be back in the ol' neighborhood.

More later,

Tom T
 
 
 

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