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Storytelling and Innovation

Visualizations to Improve Storytelling in Business: SAP Scenes & Creative Clues

It sounds great to have visuals for your brainstorming or design thinking workshops. But what if you can’t draw too well? Or even worse, what if you don’t have the confidence even if you can? Well, no worries, there are options to help you look like the visualization rockstar that you are! SAP Scenes “Stories […]

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Storytelling and Innovation

Cool Ways to Use EverBlock® Life-Size Building Block in Offices

Take a look at https://www.everblocksystems.com for more information on their building system. They’re a cool way to spice things up around the office!

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Applied Improvisation

How Applied Improvisation Helps You Communicate

Applied improvisation is a good time but it’s also good at reinforcing the skills you haven’t worked on in years or skills that you’re not too comfortable with brushing up on.  Let’s talk about communication. We live our lives relying on it at work, at home, in friendships, and even on the bus when you […]

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Science of Play

6 Patterns of Play and their Relevancy to Applied Improv for Adults

Somehow over the years, the emphasis on play for adults has fallen to the wayside and I don’t know about you, I don’t want to be a dull boy. It’s not just about being dull though, it’s about losing the stimulants from play that you grew up with. Here are six patterns of play as […]

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Applied Improvisation, Storytelling and Innovation

3 Improv Exercises That Will Take Your Content Brainstorms to the Next Level

Some years ago, I wrote this blog post for the Content Marketing Institute. I find it still relevant so I’m sharing it here, enjoy!. — With a culture so caught up on structure and editing, there is a pressing need to let loose; to let the mind speak and to take advantage of the social […]

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Applied Improvisation

“Trust…trust your fellow actors to support you; trust them to come through if you lay something heavy on them; trust yourself.” Del Close

“Trust…trust your fellow actors to support you; trust them to come through if you lay something heavy on them; trust yourself.” Del Close

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