Becoming more comfortable with improvising can lead to greater joy and spontaneity in our lives. Like any muscle, it works better when we use it regularly. This muscle can also atrophy if we always default
Each time I introduced myself to a new group of people in my improv classes, I would tell them that prior to this year, I had NEVER done any improv before. This went on for
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