Networking. Ugh. One thing I have been working on a lot lately when it comes to improv is the idea of specificity. When making an “offer” in improv, if the improviser creates one with specific details, it accomplishes a few things:It makes the scene more vivid and interestingIt creates material that makes it easier for

I Hate Networking! This Made it a Little Easier…

“Business Improv.” Sounds a bit weird, right? Can ridiculous comedy techniques help your business? If you have ever seen an improv comedy show, the last thing on your mind was probably, “Hey, that looks like it would be really helpful to me and my business.” After all, a typical improv comedy show will often have performers

Business Improv: Turning the Ridiculous into Relevance

Do you ever feel like you get stuck when you are put on the spot and need to think on your feet? This video will show you the #1 mistake I see people make when trying to think quickly. (Transcription below) TranscriptionHave you ever been put on the spot and suddenly you couldn’t eh… think

Quick Thinking – The #1 Mistake People Make When Trying to Think on Their Feet

In 2015, I was invited to do a TEDx Talk for TEDx Boca Raton. This was very exciting, as I was a fan of TED Talks and TEDx Talks. I’d always wanted to do one. This was a great opportunity as well, because as the organizer told me, when a TEDx Talk is very successful it can

TEDx Talk Lesson: The Power of Clarity