In yesterday’s worksheet, you started brainstorming events, milestones, and calls to action for your Big Picture Communications Timeline.
But that’s not all you need — you also want to think about the larger story or stories you want to tell over the course of the year. The beginnings, middles, and ends of your stories create what we call a story arc. As best you can, try to map these arcs out on your Big Picture Communications Timeline too.
Today’s Reading in the Book
Finish reading Chapter 7 – Mapping It Out: Sketching Out Your Big Picture Communications Timeline
Today’s Worksheet in the Companion Workbook
Identifying Your Major Story Arcs. See Page 29 in the Workbook.
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