How To Craft Great Turning Points Into Your Story

One Simple Technique to Make The Turning Point In Your Story Inspiring 

INTRODUCTION

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Learn Through Writing, Ideas & Speaking

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.

LECTURE

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 

END OF LECTURE

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 Lulus Story:


THE HEALING POWER OF KINDNESS AND FLOWERS RESTORED MY WELL-BEING: TURNING POINT TELLS THE STORY: CASE STUDY:

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