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    • 1.

      Lesson from Improv Comedy: Be Yourself!

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-23
      One of the most powerful lessons an improv comedy performer will ever learn is to be himself. Early in a performer's career, he may try to emulate other, more senior performers. He may try to change h...
    • 2.

      Talk Less, Listen More

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-26
      The simple key to working well with others is to listen more and talk less. This is also one of the hardest, as people always feel the need to explain themselves or prove their point. Unfortunately, t...
    • 3.

      The Powerful Difference Between Saying "Yes And" and "Yes But"

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-26
      In improv comedy, there is a concept called 'yes and.' 'Yes and' is a two part idea. The first part being that no matter what you say or do, I am going to say 'yes' to you, thereby accepting whatever ...
    • 4.

      Say "Yes And" to Yourself and Move Forward Towards Your Goals

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-26
      The concept of saying 'yes and' instead of 'yes but' is a powerful communication tool. However, it can be applied not just to how you interact with others, but also to how you interact with yourself. ...
    • 5.

      Build Your "Creativity Muscle" with Word Associations!

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-29
      Word associations is what I consider to be the first creativity building exercise. It's actually a simple improv comedy drill.You can do a word association with a partner. First you say a word, and th...
    • 6.

      Success Lessons From a Visit to the Eye Doctor

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-29
      About 15 years ago I started wearing disposable contact lenses. When I did that, the eye doctor told me that there was in fact a front and back to the lens, but that the only way to tell which was whi...
    • 7.

      Lesson from Improv Comedy: Be Willing to Fail

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-31
      The key to success in any area of life, improv comedy or otherwise, is to be willing. Willing to do what? Many things, actually. This article will cover the most important "willingness" you must have...
    • 8.

      Zen and the Art of Improvisation

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-31
      Improv Comedy is a very Zen sort of thing.Zen is an eastern mind set that focuses on emptying the mind, reflecting, and being in the moment as opposed to thinking or struggling for answers.When most p...
    • 9.

      Lesson from Improv Comedy: Be Persistent!

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-31
      In the fast paced, quickly changing world of improv comedy, talking about persistence can sound very odd. Improv is described as "disposable theater," (as soon as a game is done, it's gone) so what do...
    • 10.

      Want to Succeed? Take a Look at the People Around You!

      by Avish Parashar - 2007-01-31
      I recently met with a friend and fellow speaker who was helping me set up my marketing and business goals. I was giving him resistance on some business decisions he wanted me to make, and mostly it wa...