Steve Jobs, Jane Austen and Paddy Chayefsky don’t agree on much, but they all agree on how to get a point across Steve Jobs, Jane Austen and Paddy Chayefsky don’t agree on much, but they all agree on how to get a point across

Hollywood heavy hitter Robert McKee says it best: “If your story’s about what it’s about, you’re in trouble.” Great storytellers of every stripe guide their stories with an underlying structure to make them meaningful and make them last.

When I was in junior high, the must-see for the sleepover set was “Clueless,” the tale of the benevolent queen… Read more »