Story Time: Learn to cut unwanted facts

By Bruce Wade

Once you have composed a story to tell, take time to cut all the unnecessary facts that distract, rather than add to your storyline. Leaving your story clean and easier to understand and follow for your audience is key to making the story count towards your desired destination.

A complex story filled with a multitude of information is just as confusing as trying to understand a Woody Allen film after a bottle of wine. Make your stories interesting and compelling without being confusing.