The Magic of Story
Nothing holds an audience like a story. A story, well told, has more effect of us than any statistical data, or even rousing oratory, for story leaves its memory-traces in our hearts. If you’d like to learn some of the secrets of riveting storytelling, the techniques, the craft, the creativity, come along and hear Tom Ware – sometimes referred to as “The Prince of Storytellers” - You’ll enjoy it.
Tom has been around. He joined his first Toastmasters Club in 1972. An entertaining speaker and creative writer, now retired and living in Sydney, Tom is a frequent guest speaker at Probus, National Seniors, Rotary and many other organizations. Over the past sixteen years he has delivered 680 presentations outside of the Toastmaster environment to a total of around 38,000 people. And the invitations still role in.
Born in London, Tom migrated to Australia in 1951. During his forty-four years in the workforce he’s been a sailor, an aeradio operator in civil aviation, and a police radio operator. He’s also worked as a foundry labourer, truck driver, laboratory assistant, clerk and even an Antarctic expeditioner, so he is able to draw from wide experience.
So, if you’d like to both learn and be entertained – contact Tom on firstname.lastname@example.org or 61 02 9890 2238.