What are the benefits of writing an outline?
An outline helps you organize your ideas about your topic ahead of time, so that when you sit down to write, you know what to work on. Third, an outline can help you plan and manage your time. A quick glance at an outline of a chapter can help you see what is done and what needs to be done.
Why do you need an outline?
A strong outline details each topic and subtopic in your paper, organizing these points so that they build your argument toward an evidence-based conclusion. Writing an outline will also help you focus on the task at hand and avoid unnecessary tangents, logical fallacies, and underdeveloped paragraphs.
Can you tell a story?
When telling a story, stick to the chronological order that things happened to you in real life. In other words, don’t give us details that you yourself didn’t know, until the part of your story where you discovered them. By telling us what’s going to happen later, you lose the tension in your story.
How do you deliver storytelling?
Remember to:Immerse your audience in the story.Tell a personal story.Create suspense.Bring characters to life.Show. Don’t tell.Build up to S.T.A.R. moment.End with a positive takeaway.