Your Protagonist Must Fail
Failure is an unfortunate but necessary part of life and the same holds true for your stories. Your protagonist may be awesome, but if you want a more compelling narrative, you may need to have them fail a bit. In Part 1 of this video, I share with you 7 reasons why your protagonist must fail and how it can improve your narrative.
The reasons are:
1. Failure is realistic
2. Failure is relatable
3. Failure is humbling
4. Failure raises the stakes
5. Failure builds tension
6. Failure reinforces the themes
7. Failure Facilitates growth
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