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  At one time in the world's history story telling was integral to the survival of our earliest records. Before the proliferation of the written word, great story tellers and bards were responsible for documenting history with all its great accomplishments and stunning defeats. The times, they are a-changing. Any major event these days is usually caught on film. The average person can afford to document their family history with inexpensive equipment.  https://gbcstories.com/  Online blogs have become the premiere story telling vehicles. Facebook and twitter statuses, now document everything from the completely inane, to major political events. In all of this "new" media, have people begun to lose their knack for story telling? There are few things worse than being stuck listening to a story from someone who can't tell it. It is an exercise in complete frustration. People need to get better! Avoiding a couple of common story telling mistakes can change you from a comp