07 May Improv comedy, starting before you’re ready and Labradors
Episode 78: A solo episode from New York!
On this week’s show, I shared some updates on my stay here in New York and things I’ve done lately.
In this episode, I also address these audience questions:
🤣 My experience with Improv comedy (From Paul McLoughlin)
Relearning something that I thought I’d mastered (From Julio Gaggia)
How do I find ground when I choose to live a more adventurous / risky appearing life? (From Mark J. Silverman)
How much do I like dogs? (From Henry Johnstone)
Why do we define things by time? Best friend? Love? Etc (From Naomi Bleecker Damask)
The idea of starting the thing before it’s perfect or the way forward is clear (the architect/pilot analogy we talked about) – more specifically getting through the fear in relation to that. I’d love to hear your experiences/stories of this process. (from Jo Hodson)
I’m curious your advice on reframing feedback. How do you coach a team or person who tends to take feedback as a personal critique, even when delivered with sensitivity and care, rather than a chance to grow and develop? (From Sam Johnson)
Sometimes it’s just tiring . It’s relentless. You are doing it ‘ right ‘ including your attitude , but it all goes wrong , again …. time to rethink approach? (From Annelise Pesa)