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Author Grisanti, Jen, 1966-

Title Story line : finding gold in your life story / Jen Grisanti.

Published Studio City, CA : Michael Wiese Productions, 2011.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank  808.02023 Gri    AVAILABLE
Physical description 226 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.What Is a Log Line? How Do You Learn to Identify Log Lines in Your Own Life? -- 2.Create Universal Moments in Your Story Lines -- pt. ONE SET UP -- 3.Writing Your Log Lines and How They Apply to Your Story Lines -- 4.Identifying Your Universal Life Moments -- 5.Write a Log Line for Your Script -- pt. TWO DILEMMA -- 6.What Is a Dilemma? What Are Your Dilemmas? What Are Your Goals? -- 7.What Is Your Central Character's Dilemma Stemming from or Leading to Their Goal? -- 8.How Does Your Backstory Influence Your Goals and Dilemmas? -- 9.How Does Your Central Character's Backstory Influence His/Her Goals and Dilemmas? -- pt. THREE ACTION -- 10.How Did Your Life Dilemmas Unfold? What Was the Sequence of Events? Did They Influence Your Goals? -- 11.How to Structure Your Central Character's Dilemmas and Goals into a Compelling Story Line -- 12.What Obstacles Have You Faced in Your Own Life in Pursuit of Your Goals? --
Contents note continued: 13.What Obstacles Does Your Central Character Face in Pursuit of His/Her Goal? -- 14.What Is the Worst That Could Happen in Your Own Life If You Don't Solve Your Dilemmas or Achieve Your Goals? -- 15.What Is Emotionally at Stake If Your Central Character Does Not Solve His/Her Dilemmas and Achieve His/Her Goal? -- 16.What Are Recurring Symbols/Themes in Your Own Life? -- 17.What Is the Theme of Your Story? How Do You Use Symbolism? -- 18.What Drives You to Succeed? -- 19.What Drives Your Central Character to Succeed? -- pt. FOUR GOAL -- 20.Did You Achieve Your Life Goal? If So, What Does It Feel Like? If Not, What Does This Feel Like? -- 21.Does Your Central Character Achieve His/Her Goal? If So, What Does It Feel Like? If Not, How Does It Change Your Character? -- 22.What Is a Recurring Message in Your Own Life? -- CONCLUSION -- 23.What Is the Message in Your Story?.
Subject Authorship -- Vocational guidance.
ISBN 9781932907896 (pbk.)