The fastest way to make anyone understand the skills necessary to write the fourth and final chapter in the story of realization is through a timeline.
John is the CEO and founder of signature phones. A Swedish company that sells phones with longer battery life. For the last three years, John and his crew has successfully written the first three chapters in the story of realization and decide that it’s time to take their product to Europe.
John realizes that there is a need for their phones in the European market and gets the idea of expanding.
After making sure that their product is viable outside of Sweden, John and his team builds a springboard for their Europe expansion by figuring out exactly what they have to do and what they have to change in order to reach their new European customers.
They then adjust the business foundation so that it supports those changes.
After releasing their product in Europe, John realizes that their new customers aren’t responding as well as he had hoped to their previously created springboard. To fix this, he optimizes the business, product and presentation based on
the new customer response.
The business foundation is also optimized to match the changes made around it.
After some time of listening to customers and optimizing based on their response, Signature phones become one of Europe's leading smartphone manufacturers.
The Final Paragraph
As one might have already guessed, writing the last chapter of the story is merely about mastering the others. Only those with the ability to confidently maneuver their way through various alterations of the first three chapters, will be able to successfully script it.
The success of your last chapter is nothing less than a tribute to your understanding of the story itself.