What does the main character stand to gain or lose in your story?

Exercise 3-2. Storytelling Retell a common fairytale.6-2. Storytelling: Simple Story§ Tell a simple and true story.§ The story should have a beginning, middle, and end. In the middle is the “arc,” the moment of change—a point the story builds to.§ What does the main character stand to gain or lose in your story? What are the stakes?§ Conceive and write a first line to hook people and set up what’s to come.
Exercise 3-3. Deletion Strategy§ Isthereaproduct,service,orcommodity(milk,eggs,meat)you’dmissterriblyifyoudidn’thaveit?A condiment, perhaps, or a commodity such as eggs? For example, what if you had to go without milk for one month? What would you use in your coffee or cereal instead?§ Onceyou’veimaginedyourlifewithoutthisproductorservice,canyoufindaninsightintohowpeopleutilize the product or service? For example, most people enjoy milk with another food, not as a stand-alone beverage.§ Generateanideabasedonaninsightandfigureoutaparticipatoryadide