How to S.W.O.T. Your Story Over the Fence

Posted: November 27, 2010 in Writing Resources, Writing Tips
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How to S.W.O.T. Your Story Over the Fenceby Larry on November 14, 2010Those among us who have spent any time in a cubicle in a Groundhog’s Day-like corporate existence know what this means. At least the first part, the S.W.O.T. part. One has to be even just a little acquainted with the game of baseball to wrap your head around the latter colloquial analogy.Assuming the second but not taking the first for granted, allow me to define what this means. S.W.O.T. is an acronym for a process of looking at a project from all angles to make sure it’ll work the best that it can possibly work. Which is a good idea when a significant investment is at stake.It’s a little like story planning, but more along the lines of story evaluating.Which often leads to further story planning. Especially when it works.S.W.O.T means: Strengths… Weaknesses… Opportunities… Threats.

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