Avish Parashar is the world’s only “Motivational Improviser.” You’re about to learn some creative ways to develop ideas like never before. I’m talking ideas that can help you to find or create a new career, improve your current career, and even enhance your relationships. And it’s all so easy!
Specifically, in this episode you will learn:
- How improv applies to life
- Anyone can do improv (in fact, when you were a child, you did it all the time)
- The power of “the two word story”
- How to team with others to come up with innovative ideas
- How to allow your ideas to flow freely by accessing the subconscious mind for creativity
- Why you shouldn’t stop if you’re only coming up with “stupid” ideas
- Why someone who lacks specific knowledge may be better equipped to succeed
- Why a willingness to take a step in a given direction without knowing where it will lead is a huge advantage
- How using “Yes and….” makes for better relationships
- Improv techniques to help you enjoy your job MORE
- Why you should test your ideas before you commit
- How creative self-exploration can spice up your romantic relationships and get you out of a rut
- To increase the challenge to get more self-engagement
A BIG congratulations to Avish and his wife Amanda who welcomed their new son into their lives!
Life isn’t scripted. -Avish Parashar
Links and resources mentioned in this episode:
- Avish’s Website: dinghappens.com
- Avish’s Books: Say “Yes, And!”: 2 Little Words That Will Transform Your Career, Organization, and Life! by Avish Parashar Improvise to Success!: 16 Simple But Powerful Principles From Improv Comedy That Will Take You to Personal and Professional Success! by Avish Parashar
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