Donald Miller is back with a new one, and I’ve got to say as good as blue like jazz was, I like his latest musings even more.
Miller explorers the power of stories as he journeys through making a movie based on his life. The primary premise of the book was that a story is ‘a character who wants something and overcomes conflict to get it’.
The stories we believe or tell ourselves drastically change the world in which we live.
This book would be great for anyone who’s a communicator and understanding the techniques that make a powerful story.
But the most important take away that Miller hammers really well at, is it’s not a bad thing to be able to tell great stories, but what’s even better is living out a great story.
Best of all, there’s an even greater story every one of us is already a part of.