Develop Your Unique Voice In 7 Interactive Lessons

Improve Your Communications Through Storytelling. (Includes Direct Video Feedback)

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Professional storytelling teacher, Lynn Ferguson, leads you through the rudiments of effective storytelling, using examples from her classes in Los Angeles and setting tasks to have you practicing your skills throughout.

Step one in telling any story is making sure that you're using your own voice, and not something that you would create to seem more powerful, more educated or appealing. Everything that you add to a story that is not authentically you, will blur the picture and soften the impact. The most powerful, compelling stories that you can tell, are the stories that ONLY you can tell. Your perspective. Your Truth. In YOUR voice.

We all sound the same, until we speak our truth.

Storytelling is like learning to ride a bike. No amount of the academic theory of cycling will ever prepare you for that moment when you climb aboard a bicycle. You need to get on that bike as soon as possible and practice. Then you need to be able to hear yourself accurately and in a constructive way so that you can build and improve your skills.

The technical aspects of a narrative are not useless to spoken word storytelling, but they just are not as important as speaking authentically, telling your unique perspective and being clear about what you want to convey in your story.

Record Your Stories:

To get the most from this course you will need some way to record your stories via smartphone, webcam, video camera or simple voice recorder.

Share Your Stories:

Once you're signed up, you can also join Lynn and all the other YouTellYours storytellers at the private Facebook group where you can ask questions and even post your stories for feedback from the group.

Your Instructor

Lynn Ferguson
Lynn Ferguson

Lynn Ferguson is an award winning writer-performer and a recognized force in the world of comedy.

As a regular storyteller for The Moth, she can frequently be heard on their weekly show broadcast on 200+ affiliate radio stations throughout the country. She often hosts The Moth’s live mainstage events at venues such as Club Nokia (LA), The Egg (Albany), or the State Theatre (Portland Maine), as well as small prestigious events such as the World Science Festival at the Players Theatre in New York and fundraising for Bono’s World Aids charity, (RED).

In the UK, aside from being the voice of a plasticine chicken in the Movie Chicken Run, Lynn appeared regularly on TV and BBC Radio 4, writing and starring in three series of her own sitcom as well as creating several critically acclaimed afternoon plays.

She has performed in numerous Edinburgh Fringe Festivals where she garnered multiple award nominations, winning the prestigious Fringe First Award for writing and the Stage Award for Acting Excellence.

Since relocating to the US in 2008, Lynn worked as a staff writer for the CBS Peabody Award winning Late Late Show and as a script consultant for Pixar on the Academy Award Winning movieBrave. Recently, she was invited to join the judging panel for the International Emmys and to host theirComedy Panel in New York.

Lynn’s weekly video podcast 20 Minutes Till Pickup can always be found on the TodayThis YouTube Affiliated Channel.

Why Lynn teaches storytelling:

Rebecca McLauchlan

Founder – Rhubarb Studios (an LA venture studio + community of creative collaborators)

Can’t recommend the course more highly, particularly if you’re a Moth-head like me!

Mary Birdsong

Actress, comedian, writer, and singer.
Best class I’ve taken in a LONG time. After you’ve studied with Lynn you won’t just be a better story-teller; you’ll be a better actor, better writer, better friend, a better listener… PROBABLY even better in bed. Oh and also a better storyteller.

Sal Romero

Director, producer & acting coach
10 actor friends took Lynn’s storytelling workshop and the improvement in their work in 5 short weeks was evident, and they loved her.


Annie DeYoung

Screen writer
As a professional fiction writer, I took the class to do something that terrifies me: tell a true story from my own life to a live audience. It was astounding how working with Lynn transformed one of my deepest fears into a new sense of creative momentum. If she offered Advanced Storytelling, I’d sign up today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Do you have a free lesson I could try first?
Yes. There are some of the lessons we have enabled you to preview. And we also created a free micro-course, which explains the LIFT checklist for public speaking. Available here: