Have you ever taken an improv class?
If you haven’t, you may be missing out — on a good time and lots of laughs, for sure. But beyond that, improv offers a lot of lessons that can applied to both life and business.
I’ve been teaching and performing short-form improv and musical improv for many years. And even wrote a book with Laura Hall, the longtime musical director and pianist on Whose Like Is It Anyway?
So I know a thing or two about the art form. And I’ve witnessed countless people who claim it either changed their lives or was the best form of therapy they ever experienced — even if they had no intention of ever performing it in front of an audience.
Watch this video for my take on Improv Comedy Principles for Business and Life …
Please chime in with your own thoughts on these principles in the comments below.
Here’s a link to the Improv Comedy Musician book
For info on my improv classes and shows in St. Louis, MO
And a link to register for the 30-day challenge
I hope you enjoyed this.
And remember … Be open and agreeable. Listen and be fully present. Remain flexible. Don’t get too attached to an outcome. Work together. Be silly. Have fun!