Some effective storytelling techniques include using a strong and confident voice, good pacing and avoiding clichés. It's also helpful to cut out any slower or insignificant parts of the story.
Storytellers firstly should make sure that their voices are clear and confident, as listeners may not hear the stories if the tellers mumble or are too mild. A good story is paced correctly and neither builds too slowly nor or too fast. It is not necessary to tell every single detail of a story - it is better to keep the reader engaged in action. A good story avoids typical clichés, such as an ending with a specific moral. Additionally, storytellers should avoid tired and clichéd language such as "as big as a house" or "hungry as a horse."