Storybuilding is a rehearsal
The moment we come up with an idea, we play it in our head, speak it out loud, or write it on the page.
Every time we do it, it's a rehearsal. Learning the lines, finding the rhythms, and practicing the beats. And every time, we get a little better.
So once you lay the whole performance down in words, don't treat it as complete. There's always room for improvement and a few more run-throughs to strengthen all the pieces.
Never be shy of a few more drafts and edits. They make your story complete.
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