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3 Misconceptions of Improv

THREE MISCONCEPTIONS of “DOING” IMPROV: You have to BE FUNNY. The ability to improvise is something that some people were born with and not a skill that can be learned. You’ll have to perform in front of your peers. Good news! These are just misconceptions. The idea of “doing improv” freaks a lot of people

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Personal Development with Improv Insights

My business deliverables have been versatile and adaptable over the years, just like the artform of IMPROV itself, which is at the very foundation of everything that I do. Everyone who has ever heard of improv before typically has their own idea of what it means or how it applies and MANY people don’t think

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Rethinking Team Building

What do you think about when you hear “Team Building?”  I spent a LOT of time working in the corporate world and we had a variety of speakers, a rafting adventures, trust falls, or sometimes a “Team Building” event of going bowling. And hey, I love to bowl, it just didn’t fortify my ability to

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Amplify Your Message

What message do you want to AMPLIFY? Last year when I got this new tattoo I felt compelled to put this easter egg in the artwork so I would see it often as a reminder to amplify the messages that are important to me. Which, honestly, can be really scary at times. As I’ve grown and bloomed

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Public Speaking with Improv Insights

How it started/How it’s going My comedy/public speaking career started when I was a wee youngin’ and I’ve had a hunger for talking into microphones ever since. I love the opportunity to share stories and points of view. And I love how microphones amplify a person’s voice so more people can hear it. For many people, public speaking

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Even in this year of challenges, get out or burn out

Original article published in the Idaho Business Review The temperature gauge on the dashboard of my bright orange Jeep Wrangler indicated 22 degrees. It was 6:38 a.m. on a Saturday and I had a date with the sunrise. As a Boise Idaho native, I have been well aware of the expansive recreational options just minutes from any

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Idaho Women’s Business Center announces crowdfunding program

Original article was published in the Idaho Business Review For entrepreneurs of all ages, all industry types, and the expansive array of ideas that come with the pursuit of running a small business, so comes the dilemma for many around HOW to get their idea/product/service the financial backing to get it off the ground and

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COVID Response: Three new, FREE small business programs

Original article published in the Idaho Business Review To say things have been “busy” for the Idaho Women’s Business Center during these past several grueling months of the COVID-19 pandemic would be a giant understatement. As the country began shutting down, moving into the quarantine situation we all know so well, the team at the

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Connecting The Dots In The New Year

Original article published in the Idaho Business Review Well well well, what have we here? Ready or not, it’s another New Year! As we roll forward, fumble, or sprint – Reviewing the past; oh! how it went. Although, we all know, the past can’t be changed, Lessons and tools can be rearranged. Fill up your

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