The Opposite of Right
There are things we want to achieve. In writing and in life.
But sometimes, no matter how hard we try to make a specific part of our script or our life better, it just doesn’t seem right. Something doesn’t work.
And the harder we work on it, the less it seems to work out.
Sometimes, doing the opposite of what we intended to do in the first place is a faster way to our solution.
If your main character’s action’s seem forced, have him or her do the opposite.
If you can’t please your boss, don’t even try. Quit your job. Find a new one.
Be courageous enough to at least think about the possibility of the opposite. Nobody says you have to act on it immediately.
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