Recently, Amy Lisewski appeared on Dan Quiggle’s leadership podcast, “Garage to Goliath,” to discuss how the methods of improv can empower people to be better, more positive leaders! Listen to episode 026 of Garage to Goliath | Leaders Building Legacies as Amy shares: The wonders of improv for personal and professional development as a great way to get over the fear of failure and a great way to learn to communicate more effectively with others. [1:56] Where she got her idea to use improv to help people build better businesses. [14:51] The opportunity failure creates and why she encourages people to fail … Read More
Amy Lisewski, founder of Finest City Improv, will be teaching a three-hour workshop titled “Love This Very Moment” on October 8th from 11am-2pm. Love more of your scenes by living fully in each moment with your scene partner(s). Forget being interesting to your audience and simply be interested in your scene partner. Double down on active listening, agreement, and responding fully to what you are gifted. Amy will guide you through exercises that will help you become more invested in your scene partner(s), which will lead to more juicy and yes… interesting… scenes. You will practice letting go, noticing … Read More
The Longform Challenge is a like an improvised Iron Chef. Three team captains will each lead their teams to create a one-of-a-kind, unique form that pushes the boundaries of longform improv. It will be different, engaging, and experimental.
Discovery is more important than invention when you’re trying to find the “game” in your improv scenes. So how do you discover the game? I break it down into three steps for you! Read More…
You and I have some things in common. For starters, we have dreams and goals and the drive to make them into our realities. But we don’t stop there. We not only want to live up to our high expectations, we want to accomplish them all with grace and courage and strength.
And I want you to know, I believe it is possible. And learning improv can help you.
When I set out to accomplish my life’s dreams, I had my plan and my course of action. But, spoiler alert, my plans changed.
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