While this tip is geared towards video, it has its place in almost any form of storytelling. Your audience wants you to paint a world that feels dynamic, a world that moves. It’s hard to do this if you limit yourself to one character and one scene.
For a videographer that means getting enough b-roll to be able to make interesting cuts. For a writer it might mean changing scenes or changing perspective enough to give the reader a broader view of the world that they exist in.
Not every story has to be a music video, but not every story has to be this either,