Difference #2: The Power of Storytelling

There aren’t too many books on quintessential topics like time management that are written in the form of a story. Why did I choose to put the abstract principles I’d worked with for about ten years into a book with that format?

The answer is simple and it’s given right in the first paragraph of the introduction of The Bill Book – the first-hand experience I had reading The Goal by Eli Goldratt.

I also discovered that there are some other good reasons in this article from The KnowledgeStar Blog entitled Learning Tip Number 3: Why Storytelling Works. It’s a very interesting read and for my part, I do hope that stories are as powerful as they seem to be as teaching tools.