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6-Week Story Development (Pre-recorded)


Character's Journey
  • Character Opening Imagery: Craft a powerful introduction through vivid imagery, setting the tone for the character's journey.

  • Character Arc: Explore the evolution and transformation of the character, navigating through challenges and growth.

  • Character's Emotional Journey: Dive into the emotional landscape of the character, unraveling their innermost feelings and responses throughout the narrative.


  • Script Structure: Uncover the fundamentals of crafting a compelling script.

  • Plot Exploration: Explore the nuances of storytelling with insights into 5 Basic Plot Structures.

  • Point-of-View Mastery: Delve into the narrative perspectives of 1st Person, 3rd Person, and Omniscient, gaining a comprehensive understanding of how to wield each for maximum impact.


Storytelling entrance
  • Creating an Engaging Hook: Capture attention from the start with a compelling and irresistible opening that sparks curiosity.

  • Establishing Context for Audience Connection: Build a bridge between the narrative and the audience by providing relatable context, fostering a deeper connection.

  • Writing Originality and Surprise: Infuse your story with original ideas and unexpected twists to keep the audience intrigued and invested in the unfolding narrative.


writing action lines
  • Character Descriptions: Convey vivid and concise details that paint a clear picture of each character, highlighting distinctive traits and contributing to the story's visual richness.

  • Trimming Action Lines: Streamline action sequences by focusing on essential details, maintaining a brisk pace, and ensuring every action contributes meaningfully to the overall narrative.

  • Dialogue Functionality: Craft dialogue that serves a dual purpose—advancing the plot while revealing character depth, ensuring every spoken word propels the story forward with purpose.


master dialogue
  • Character Psychology: Delve into the depths of character psychology, understanding motivations, fears, and desires, to create nuanced and believable characters that resonate with the audience.

  • Attacking the Protagonist's Strength: Introduce challenges that directly target the protagonist's strengths, pushing them to their limits and fostering character development through adversity.

  • More Action Lines: Enhance the narrative's dynamism by incorporating concise and impactful action lines, maintaining a balance between vivid descriptions and a brisk narrative pace.


6 weeks to script
  • Revisions and Edits: Implement a rigorous revision process, using Final Draft reporting tools, and cleaning up character names and scene headers.

  • Character Motives: Explore and articulate the underlying motives that drive characters, adding depth and authenticity to their actions and decisions throughout the storyline.

  • Highlighting Character's Needs: Emphasize the characters' fundamental needs, whether emotional, physical, or psychological, to create a relatable and empathetic connection with the audience

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