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When you can’t pitch your story, does it mean that the story is bad or that perhaps you don’t understand it fully yourself? - Question/Answer Now Playing


When you can’t pitch your story, does it mean that the story is bad or that perhaps you don’t understand it fully yourself?

Jul 15, 2011

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When you can’t pitch your story, does it mean that the story is bad or that perhaps you don’t understand it fully yourself? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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at Jul 21, 2011 - 1:10 AM
When I saw the movie, "Inception," I immediatly thought of that chapter at the end of "Story" about sitting down with someone over coffee and telling them the story, seeing if you get the desired reactions...

And I thought there would be no possible way you could pitch that story to anyone-- that is unless you've just directed The Dark Knight.

Temujin: Many layers perhaps?
at Jul 18, 2011 - 12:17 PM
Do you perhaps have several layers in your story and while it is clear to the reader and to you as the teller, it is too complex to form in that other side of the brain to convey?

The step outline is a good way of formulising in order to articulate in a pitch situation.

There is a management guru, Ken Ohmae who has a simple model for step analysis - try googling him.

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