It's been quite a year since my humble beginnings with the goal to teach improv as skills to be used at work, life and at school. Combining both storytelling to captivate the audience (both theatrical and corporate), and "no fear" creativity (i.e. improv), I've been able to grow on existing clients and students happy with my service. Loving it!
But I can't do it all myself, so here's a thank you to those who've helped and were forward thinking to use my services:
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR - remember besides the "Yes, and.." that "...the most important person is your scene partner...", which are the people that you care for around you. Stay safe!
P.S. I'll be taking a short break over the next few days, but will be back on the Monday 06 January 2014 with some FREE improv workshops for kids as part of the Parramatta Riverside activities. I hope to see you there! In the meantime, feel free to contact me with any queries for the new year.
Well, I've just signed up with a Speakers' Bureau to do some speaking on the following keynotes:
If you want to find out more, the link to my profile page on Speakerbook is here:
Otherwise, feel free to contact me directly to see if I can help you.
Have a great Wednesday!
No, this doesn't have to do with the record beating 69 hotdogs being consumed in the US. Rather, I volunteered as the Master of Ceremonies for the 'Hot Dog Eating Contest' at Westfield Mount Druitt for their Give Ability Day (for Lifestart Nepean) as they needed someone who could improvise in a sports-commentator way. You should have seen how the contestants ate all those hotdogs...! They had different strategies and I was thinking how that reflected each of their personalities and how they tackle life, just like playing any game shows one's true personality once they get into it.
These were the personality tactics I observed: