Matt on May 2, 2011

Heard this TED talk today and kept thinking about how this relates to performing improv.  Answering “Why” isn’t just a business/organizational need but also an improvisational MUST!  In improv terms the “What” is often a silly premise, but people only chuckle at this.  When you make sense by answering why it’s happening in this silly […]

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Matt on February 24, 2009

Although it may sound a bit clichéd, here is a Chinese proverb I find motivating: “Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.” To explain, I find that a direct approach to learning is the best. Doing things, discovering things, feeling things, this is when we learn. […]

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