Steve Hartman, a journalist on CBS, started a series called, "Everybody has a story. In this series he would throw a dart at a map, travel to the random location the dart hit, then thumb through the a telephone book and randomly point out a name and number. And if they agreed to let him interview them that his story. I watched two very different Steve Hartman Stories, One on a retired cafeteria worker who continued to give out and make food for her community, and a woman who thought she had nothing to say, despite loving and caring for her two foster kids, whom she considers her own. These stories were very systematically put together using the, "HEY you, see, so" method that Steve Hartman created himself. He would first get the viewers attention with his unconventional way of finding a story then, no matter who you were he would relate it back to the viewer. The see, so steps were when Hartman would then tell his story and evoke some form of emotion from his viewer. I encourage all to go and watch his stories. I have a link to the videos I watched below.