40 Ways to Improvise, Adapt, and Innovate – Plus a Super Birthday Sale!
Today, Friday, May 31st, is my birthday! And it’s not just any birthday – it’s my 40th birthday. Wow, what a milestone!
But far from being sad about it, I am excited! The first 40 have been great, and I plan on making the next 40 even better. To celebrate, I wrote a post titled 40 Ways to Improvise, Adapt and Innovate (40 Thoughts from 40 Years…) on my DingHappens.com site. The first few are listed below, and if you like them you can click through to the rest (or just jump to the full list here: 40 Ways…)
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Here’s the article:
40 Ways to Improvise, Adapt and Innovate (40 Thoughts from 40 Years…)
Happy birthday to me!
Yes, today I turn 40 years old (wow, a milestone!). To celebrate my 40 years on this planet, below I have listed “40 ways to improvise, adapt, and innovate.” Hopefully they will help you take your life or business to the next level – and beyond!
Improvise: How to React to Ding Moments
- Great creativity comes not from being full of ideas, but from being empty, observant, and in the moment
- When Ding Happens, saying, “yes, but” is whining. “Yes, And” leads to proactive solutions.
- You can laugh or cry; your choice won’t change the situation. So why not laugh?
- High emotion blocks creativity. So take a minute to calm the heck down before you take stupid action out of fear.
- To increase productivity, decrease stress, and improvise effectively, focus on what you can control and let go of the rest.
- The ultimate goal of the improviser is artistic self-expression (paraphrased from BruceLee)
- Improvising quickly about training reflexes; anyone can do it. It just takes practice.
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By Avish Parashar. As the world's only Motivational Improviser, Avish uses techniques from the world of improv comedy to engage, entertain, and educate audiences on ideas around change, creativity, and motivation.
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