Jen Grisanti shares the storytelling and character development lessons learned from attending Mindvalley Reunion. Meditation and exploration of wound can help you create more compelling characters and story.
Jen Grisanti examines how the character wound in this year's Oscar-nominated films help the audience connect on a deeper level to the films' protagonists.
Jen Grisanti analyzes the new Netflix series, ATYPICAL, exploring how structure can influence emotion and bring your audience to tears.
Understanding the external and the internal part of the desire, you create an action plan in steps that will lead you to your desired outcome. Jen Grisanti explains how it all comes down to defining want.
Jen Grisanti explains how when you create transformation in writing or in life, you give us a glimpse inside, elevating your story.
Jen Grisanti explains how when we learn to fill the void in story and in life, we can guide the transformation of our characters to help them achieve their goals.
Jen Grisanti explains how your character's “all is lost” moment is an essential step for both the plot of your story and character growth.
Jen Grisanti encourages writers to extract emotions from your own lives and fictionalize your truth to elevate your stories to award-winning levels.
Jen Grisanti came up with what she surmises is how the creative process goes when evolving an idea into a TV pilot script.
Jen Grisanti's Story Structure columns explores the importance of creating a strong dilemma for the lead character where there is no clear choice.