Before practicing speaking your narrative aloud, decide on its purpose. This enables you to choose the appropriate length without adding excessive information. Start by giving a succinct and captivating description of your tale. This method is also known as the Bottom-Line Up-Front strategy. Choose the most interesting section of your tale to use as your introduction. After that, briefly outline the entire incident before delving into specifics. Your narrative should concentrate more on describing the outcomes of your endeavor than it ought to on the steps that were done to get there.
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