Welcome to my 2018 Year-End Review

Welcome to my 2018 Year-End Review

As an event planner, I’ve always conducted “post mortems” on events to determine what worked, what didn’t and how the next event can be even better. Some of those same concepts can be applied to reviewing life in general – especially when we’re trying to live...
Using Play to Combat Storm Fatigue

Using Play to Combat Storm Fatigue

After experiencing two hurricanes in 23 months – in an area of Florida that was to have been hurricane-free – I can say that some of us in St. Augustine are resilient. Some of us are just plain tired. And some of can be found engrossed in play. Last year, besides...
4 Ways to Earn Trust Using Improv Wisdom

4 Ways to Earn Trust Using Improv Wisdom

Have you ever walked into a group space to find out you’ll be participating in experiential learning? Look around the room at the faces and the body language. Do you see clenched fists? Maybe people have started to grind their teeth a bit. Perhaps there’s even a...
3 Ways to be a Stellar Team Member

3 Ways to be a Stellar Team Member

This week my Level 1 Improv class ended at Limelight Theatre. After eight weeks together, students were scurrying around connecting on Facebook, requesting a yearbook of their time together and generally dragging their feet leaving the room as no one wanted the team...
Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Improv Wolf?

Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Improv Wolf?

I remember the very first day of improv class at the training center I attended in Denver. The room was so quiet you could practically hear everyone breathing. No one sat together. No one made eye contact. No one even seemed like they came into the space voluntarily –...
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