And eventually, you’ll be standing in front of a room full of people, and they’ll be hanging on every word you say, as you suddenly pull out that story of the time your train broke down on the way to work, or when your bank accidentally deposited a large sum of money into your account, or that time the wind blew your hat away.
And the skill in that moment, all came from that simple story habit of noticing changes.
Habits are great starting places for developing skills. They are the tangible first steps. There are so many opportunities to use them in your daily life that they grow into skills all by themselves.
This approach makes The Story Habit perfectly suitable for busy leaders.