1. Honor your audience's need to understand something about every scene. Keep your style consistent.
2. Use a clear and unencumbered beat sheet where reversals and turns are obvious.
3. Emphasize the beginning and end of scenes, sequences and acts. Avoid ambiguity.
4. Give your scenes, sequences and acts a slight upward lift of hope and redemption.
5. Give turning points a roundness of possibilities. Don't limit your character's options.
6. Give careful attention to the rhythm, allowing an ebb and flow of quiet to noise, fast to slow, introspection to decision, action to consequence.
(Inspired by Matthew Frederick's 101 Things I Learned in Architecture School)