One Simple Technique to Make The Turning Point In Your Story Inspiring
The turning point in a story where decisive change takes place can linger in people’s minds far more than any other part of the narrative.
Through Lulu’s story (the protagonist in the story/case study in this lesson), you will learn how to use:
#1 Simple Technique to Make The Turning Point In Your Story Inspiring
#1 Build up to the turning point of your story: While turning points shouldn’t be predictable, they should be realistic. To achieve this, sprinkle in a set-up so that your character arc is believable and your turning point is inspiring.
A turning point is a moment in a story when a major narrative shift takes place, and the rest of the story will be different.
“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” George Eliot
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TURNING POINT TELLS THE STORY
In this lesson, you will learn how to craft turning points that inspire your audience.
Let’s look at this in the context of Lulu’s Story:
THE HEALING POWER OF KINDNESS AND FLOWERS RESTORED MY WELL-BEING: TURNING POINT TELLS THE STORY: CASE STUDY:
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