51 min

Why do we need new stories, anyway? With Dave Ursillo The New Story Is with Dave Ursillo

    • Self-Improvement

Why do we need new stories, anyway? Aren't there enough stories being told these days? Hasn't every story been told before? And, if so, why should we each feel motivated to tell, share, or explore our own?
In this solo podcast, your host Dave Ursillo hits pause on the last 7 months of interviewing amazing guests to share his own story with you, our dear listeners. Dave opens up to share how he stumbled into the art of storytelling as a practice of self-knowledge (and connecting with others); why poignant criticism of stories, expectations, and ideas today is so important, the ways in which the tools in our pockets are overwhelming the human species, and consider an offering on why being your story's teller feels more important than ever, today.
We hope you enjoy this special, slightly different episode! Email us anytime at Hello@TheNewStory.is to share your feedback, or just to say hello.
Visit us at TheNewStory.is to learn about The New Story Company or to listen to our full catalog of interviews.
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Why do we need new stories, anyway? Aren't there enough stories being told these days? Hasn't every story been told before? And, if so, why should we each feel motivated to tell, share, or explore our own?
In this solo podcast, your host Dave Ursillo hits pause on the last 7 months of interviewing amazing guests to share his own story with you, our dear listeners. Dave opens up to share how he stumbled into the art of storytelling as a practice of self-knowledge (and connecting with others); why poignant criticism of stories, expectations, and ideas today is so important, the ways in which the tools in our pockets are overwhelming the human species, and consider an offering on why being your story's teller feels more important than ever, today.
We hope you enjoy this special, slightly different episode! Email us anytime at Hello@TheNewStory.is to share your feedback, or just to say hello.
Visit us at TheNewStory.is to learn about The New Story Company or to listen to our full catalog of interviews.
Please rate and review our show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to help other listeners find our work!
Support our partners and affiliates for exclusive discounts:

Acorns: Easily save money and invest in your future, starting with a free $5 investmentBookshop.org: Buy cheap books at this Amazon competitor that supports local and independent bookstores with every purchaseFathom Analytics: Get beautiful, secure website data without trading your customers’ private browsing data to Google and FacebookFlywheel: Seamless, secure WordPress website hostingHover: Safe, secure domain registration. Save $2 on your first purchase.MailerLite: Make the switch to a lite, powerful, affordable email marketing platform, with premium plans starting at just $9/mo.Sanebox: Make your inbox a sane place again with an invisible, machine-learning tool that learns how to organize your emails. Save $5 when you join.
Affiliate Disclosure: Our show is listener supported, including through affiliate and partner links. By clicking one of the above links and registering or making a purchase, we may earn a small commission, which helps pay for the costs of our show.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

51 min