Story Obstacles: The Benefits of Taking Two Steps Back – by Jami Gold…

Slow Progress Helps Our Stories

In our stories, we usually need to include obstacles for our characters to overcome. If they succeed immediately at everything they attempt, the story and characters have a good chance of being boring (not to mention making the story over as soon as it begins).

Beyond that however, while story obstacles slow down the progress of our story, they also do more to help our storytelling:

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