Mundane or extraordinary?

People die. Or they don’t. This article from Harvard Business Review is about succession planning for businesses, but I find Zara’s story intriguing as a plot line. She’s reacting to a perceived “deadline,” in the most literal sense. With some tweaks, her story could lend itself to a variety of interpretations or genres — mystery, thriller, magical realism, main stream fiction. And imagine the points of view — Zora’s, her husband’s, her children’s, her father’s, the list goes on.
Try it for 1,000 words and see where it takes you.

Executives Must Face Their Own Mortality – Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries – Harvard Business Review

http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/03/executives-must-face-their-own-mortality/

Published by sharon

award-winning writer, editor

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