When storytelling, it’s not a good idea to create a fantasy and present it as real.
People do it all the time. But apart from ethics, it’s too easy to be discovered and your reputation could be damaged.
However, you can be selective in the story you choose to tell and the way you tell it.
Three reasons you might need or want to spin your story:
1 - You just don't have a dramatic story to share.
2 - Your story puts you in a bad light, even though you're a successful, wise person of the highest integrity.
3 - Your best story doesn't have a happy ending ... or an ending you can share.
Good luck, LUCKIEST
Care to share a bit about a story you'd like to spin, LUCKIEST? What would your focus point(s) be? Who would be your target audience? ~Moderator Mel
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