In her fantastic books on story, Lisa Cron, talks about misbeliefs – the psychological flaw in a character that stops them becoming the person they need to be.
For her – and for me – the subtext of the story… the way the protagonist changes is the part that really delivers.
One of my misbeliefs, for example, was that I didn’t have the ability to keep-my-arse-in-the-chair and write a novel.
I fought and killed that misbelief in 2016, and CHANGED as a result.
What misbelief – although right now you’d call it a belief – is stopping you being the person you could be?
What’s your hero’s journey?
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