When you are writing a story, it can be easy to focus on details, but if you are a writer, you are more likely to focus entirely on the story, writes author Mark Harris in this post.
Here’s how you can capture and inspire the essence of your story, and get it out there for others to see.
In this article, Harris shares tips for crafting a story that captures the essence, while still being accessible for everyone.
Choose the Right Time.
The key to making a compelling story is choosing the right time.
Harris recommends keeping your story fresh, and creating new material to use to tell your story.
You should also make sure you are using the right words.
A great story is an inspiring tale.
Harris believes that the first time you tell someone something, they will ask you questions about the story.
The next time, they might be interested.
The longer a story is, the more they will want to hear about it.
So, you want to choose the right story to tell and then go from there.
Make a Storyboard.
If you are in the creative business, it’s best to use an online program like Adobe Creative Cloud to make a video.
This can be a great way to create a short story or a full length story for your video.
You can use Adobe Premiere Pro to make video, but it’s a great alternative if you don’t have a computer.
It’s also a great tool for capturing the essence in a video, Harris explains.
In a video story, the key to capture the essence is the flow of the story from the beginning to the end.
When the story is written in text, there’s a clear flow from one point to the next.
But when the story begins, it has to go through some thought, and you need to bring that flow to the screen.
So make sure your storyboard is written for video.
Select the Right Materials.
If your story is going to be read, then you need something that is going be read by the audience.
That means the text, images, and videos you have in your story should be read.
When it comes to creating the perfect story, Harris suggests using a book, as opposed to an infographic.
In the infographic, Harris says, the reader has to click on a link and go to a specific page.
In writing, you don�t need to be so sure that the story will get read by everyone.
Harris thinks that storytelling is all about getting the audience interested.
So your story must have a clear purpose and that will be something that they want to get behind.
Keep the Story Creative.
Once you have the story ready, you need a storyboard.
The best storyboard will show your story in action.
But you need also to make sure that you are building your story from scratch.
You need to keep a story going, and it needs to stay fresh and original.
If the story stays fresh and fresh, you will never get bored.
Keep it Simple.
The most important thing about storytelling is that it has an underlying logic.
If there is no underlying logic, the audience will be lost.
Harris suggests making sure your content is clear, and that you only have one paragraph or two sentences that describe the whole story.
He also advises writing your story to be short, simple, and readable.
You will then be able to tell the story in a way that the audience understands.
Get the Story Out There.
You are a storyteller first and foremost.
You want to tell stories that resonate with the audience, and if you want your story out there, you have to put yourself out there.
Harris also says that your story needs to be relevant to the current day and not just the past.
In other words, your story will need to relate to the people in your life and the things that are happening in the world.
Make the Story a Creative Touchstone.
If all you are doing is writing a short summary of a story to put in your video, then your story won’t resonate.
So it is best to create something that you can talk about and share with your audience, Harris advises.
In order to do this, you should find a creative outlet.
He suggests creating something to help you write your story and make it a visual object that people can talk to.
You might write a short script, or even a story.
It is important that you stay true to your story when writing a video or graphic story.
Harris writes that the best way to tell a story and be memorable is to tell it well.
This means that you need good visuals, which will help people connect to your message.
You also need to find a way to capture and hold the essence that your audience is seeking.
Create Your Story.
You may be thinking, Why would I want to create my story