Men: If You Are Ugly, Don't Worry—Just Learn How To Tell a Great Story (Proof)

Coming from a mildly attractive (yet, above average storyteller), I'd say this study is spot on (coming from personal experience).

And if you want to become a better storyteller,  here's what you do. Make it a habit to write one story about your day, per day.

That's all it takes.

Just One Story a Day (Here's How)

Frequence beats duration.

Write one story about your day, per day, and you will teach yourself how to make the uninteresting, interesting.

Still having trouble?

Do this at the end of your day:

  • Think back to the moment you woke up.
  • Describe how you felt.
  • Explain what you did next.
  • (Continue to where you are at right now.)

If it helps, imagine you have a friend listening to you.

Not just any friend, either — think of a close friend (someone who understands you).

Before you know it, you will have a story! 

As you go on about your day, you'll stumble upon something that stands out. You might not have thought it was important when it happened. But as you relate your day, it will come back to you.

And there you go, you'll have your story. Now pack things up and call it a day. You're done.

Just one story a day is all you need.

Tomorrow is another chance, to tell another story

Perhaps when you wake up, you'll be inspired to write your story as you go — instead of recalling as your day ends.

Most people reading this won't take my advice. That's okay. I'm writing this for myself as much as I'm writing it for you.

But if you're one of the few who want to become a better storyteller you can be perceived as more attractive and as someone who is of high status, then write your story on Facebook and tag me once you do.

Even if you're the most boring person in the world (which I doubt), I'd still like to read it.

I'm serious.

Raymond Duke