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Use your imagination - in most stories you can find many other themes to suit your own purposes.A pompous king is persuaded by mischievous tailors that a 'magnificent' and extremely expensive suit they have produced for him can only be seen by clever people.
Read and enjoy and send me your own favourite stories and anecdotes.Stories can be used to illustrate all sorts of themes and lessons, and most stories are extremely flexible.The themes suggested for the stories in this collection are the obvious examples.Most recent first: lateral thinking, creativity, problem-solving, quick-thinking, short answers to big questions, efficiency, cleverness, teaching and learning, exams and tests (and other legendary clever answers to difficult test questions)initiative, self-development, self-discipline, making things happen, career advancement, getting experience before you get the job, getting a job requiring experience when you have none - also making assumptions and imagining or suspecting the worst Stories add interest and enjoyment to learning, teaching and training - for teachers, trainers and students.Stories also increase impact and make ideas and concepts far more memorable.If you are a strong advocate of political correctness or are easily offended please don't read this page, or the rest of this website, and for goodness sake don't go near the acronyms page.
If you are a publisher, editor, teacher, trainer, writer, or speaker of any sort, then please be mindful that disability, discrimination and equality are highly sensitive issues, and that when seen from these angles, some of these stories will be objectionable or offensive to some people.Read about the travellers and the monk, tickle me elmo, get in the wheelbarrow, the shoe box story, the scorpion and the frog, murphy's plough, Pavlov's dogs, the monkeys and the stairs, and more.Look at the stories index for stories listed by subject. Analogies, stories, fables and case-studies are great ways to illustrate teaching, training and business lessons.Otherwise ninety-nine percent the world's fairy tales would be outlawed and banned, and nearly all books (especially the Holy Bible), newspapers, films and every other media would not exist.There are warnings on a few of the stories, notably the ones which mention blind (visually impaired/challenged) people, but similar warnings could effectively apply to every story on this page.This is a major aspect of storytelling and unavoidable in many cases I'm sorry.