Once upon a time ... someone told a story and captured the world

We gravitate towards those who can tell a good story, towards those who have the charisma to make a story better, we gravitate to the storytellers. — 123rf.com

Story is the most important tool humanity has.

A bold claim, you say? Think about it. Stories have been around since humanity crawled out of the sludge and into caves to huddle around fires. And the very first purpose of stories? To teach.

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