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Every New Year, I pick a new hobby – yoga, sailing, something I don’t know how to do – and in 2011, I chose improv comedy. I was absolutely terrified.

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It’s been said that stories and storytelling have been in existence most likely since the birth of human language.

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What can leaders learn from improv comedians? This HBR article dives into the secret gem that is improv.

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Imagine you're locked in a small cell in a maximum-security prison. Instead of criminals, your fellow inmates are ten colleagues.

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Improvisational comedy has gone mainstream, thanks to pros like Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Aziz Ansari, and to movies like Don't Think Twice.

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“If you’re not funny, there’s no real-life consequence,” Rick Andrews tells students in his improv comedy class. “People just don’t think you’re funny. That is not a big deal.”

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