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Unlike how most people get started writing and creating online, which is typically very lonely, Pixar thrives on collaboration.

Employees there aren’t afraid of criticism, but rather embrace it, for it makes them and what they create better. Entire scenes they may have worked tireless nights on can get cut if they don’t build on the story being told.

But they must realize critiques lead to better outcomes. And in this case, these outcomes are some of the most profitable movies in the history of film.

So how should what Pixar does to collaborate and tell stories impact how you create your work?

A few years back, a former Pixar employee, Emma Coats, tweeted out the below rules on telling stories she’d learned from her senior coworkers at Pixar.

They’ve made their rounds in various corners of the web, but after having had a chance to ...


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