Hi! I think I am a newbie(not just on the forums, but to the wonderful world of writing), everyone here seems to know a lot of things, etc! Earlier someone told me " Really, any trait can be applied as a character flaw if it impedes relationships and growth. " - Wolfwig So here, have I got it right? If someones trait is, "Can't sit still for more than a few seconds and can't concentrate well.", Then have their goal be, them wanting to be a surgeon? Is this too extreme? Trying too hard? Two ways to make a story: 1) Find out the Goal of the story, then give the character a trait to make the goal more difficult? 2) Find a character flaw, then give them a Goal that would conflict with their character flaw? This is my guess and I would like to know what everyone else thinks! Or if there are other cool tips. Thanks everyone!