Stories aren’t just fiction.
We tell stories when we want to convince people.
We construct stories to understand our own life experiences and our own identities.
We use stories to teach, inform, and inspire, and the greatest teachings of our ancestors come down to us in the form of stories.
We create stories around our communities that distinguish us from “others”.
We find stories help us in our work, for mapping our interactions with customers or colleagues.
Stories help us go to sleep. And to wake up.
This year’s worksheets are aimed at making us better storytellers, whether in life or on the page.
New worksheets are posted every Wednesday!
- Story Problem
- Story Loops
- Spark to Story
- Character Log
- Introduce a Character
- Protagonist vs. Antagonist
- The Ordinary World
- Pep Talk
- Characters Change
- Character Arc
- Character Flaws
- Coming next Wednesday…