6 Rules of Great Storytelling (As Told by Pixar)
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“What you’re trying to do, when you tell a story, is to write about an event in your life that made you feel some particular way. And what you’re trying to do, when you tell a story, is to get the audience to have that same feeling.”
The Story Spine structure: Once upon a time there was [blank]. Every day, [blank]. One day [blank]. Because of that, [blank]. Until finally [bank].
A story’s purpose: find why you want to tell this story, what belief of yours fueled that story, what does it teach and its purpose. Stories with a purpose that you are passionate about have a bigger impact.
“Storytelling is the greatest technology that humans have ever created.”
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One of the oldest and most straightforward storytelling formulas:
Also known as Freytag’s Pyramid:
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