Moatcast Live Lesson June 2018: The Three Unities of Communication - Harry Dewulf

Moatcast Live Lesson June 2018: The Three Unities of Communication

Communicate effectively

in any situation

Using ancient rules of Storytelling

What the Ancient Greeks
Did For Us

Aristotle was the personal tutor of Alexander the Great.

So as you may imagine, he was a pretty accomplished thinker in his own right. More than 2000 years ago, Aristotle laid down some rules for what makes a great Greek Drama. In this webinar, I'm going to show you how those rules were applied in 1988 to make one of the most successful action movies of all time.

And how the principles behind those rules can be applied beyond telling stories for its own sake, but in every part of your daily life where you need to communicate clearly, simply, quickly and effectively.

Aristotle called his rules "The Three Unities." By understanding his Unities, and a few more that have since been developed for other forms of storytelling, you will understand your message, and deliver your message, to the people who need it the most:

  • Presentations
  • In the classroom
  • Meetings
  • Negotiations
  • circle
  • writing an email
  • writing a resume
  • writing a poem
  • writing a short story
  • circle
    writing your novel

Be sure you don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn a different way to think about communication at all levels and in all situations, by clicking the button and registering, right now.

Harry Dewulf

Literary Editor, Creative Writing Coach and Teacher. If you want help of any kind with your book, you may contact me here. Sign up to my mailing list for regular information on course, live lessons, webinars and promos.

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