Sometimes, the key isn’t forcing your way into people’s lives in hopes that your post will pop up so many times that eventually it will stick. It’s about creating something so awe-inspiring, creating an experience that matters using the narrative arch. 

Exposition: This is your introduction, where you introduce the characters, establish the setting, and present the primary conflict.

Rising action: This second stage is where you introduce the primary conflict and set the story in motion. Each succeeding event should be more complicated than the previous, creating tension and excitement as the story builds.

Climax: This is the turning point in the story—the point of the highest tension and conflict. This is the moment that should leave your audience wondering what’s next.

Falling action: In this stage, the story begins to calm down and work toward a satisfying ending. Loose ends are tied up, explanations are revealed, and the reader learns more about how the conflict is resolved.

Resolution: The main conflict gets resolved and the story ends.

Published by Stanton

Positive and provoking, I am a digital creative who is keen to learn and contribute. With over 5 years of experience working & learning with internationally recognized organizations and institutions, I am passionate about using multimedia digital solutions to lead especially the growing men and women to GOD, inspire them to reach their utmost GOALS, and experience Christlike GROWTH in their lives.

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