A story is not a list of facts. A story is not your bio. A story is a point in time when something memorable happened.
Story has Characters.
You can bring your stories to life by describing the characters in vivid detail. Reveal a particular trait or quirk and we will not be able to forget that personality.
Story has Place.
We need to be able to picture your story in our mind’s eye. Where did this narrative occur? Use place to paint a picture that will stand out for your audience.
Story has Emotions.
Incidents carry emotions and emotions are experienced by people. The audience wants to feel your story. We can’t relate to a list of facts.
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