Three Things to Remember When Telling a Story

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Have you ever been told by anyone that you don’t know how to tell a story? Or that you suck at it? That it felt like your story would never end? Well, fret not. There’s a simple formula you can follow to make sure that you at least tell a story in a coherent manner.

All you have to do is to be aware of these three parts:

1. Beginning – This is where you introduce the main character.

2. Middle – This is where the main character encounters an obstacle, a conflict or tension.

3. End – This is where the tension gets resolved.

That’s the basic framework. Just follow that and you can build up any story you’d like to share with your audience. For more information, check out this post: How to Tell a Story

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