Improv Brain Warm Ups

Improv exercises can be a great way to warm-up the brain for creative thinking. Here are three easy activities you can do with your team to get the creative juices going. 1. Mind Meld Mind Meld is all about getting on the same page while thinking out of the box. Take a look at the… Read more

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Insights and Takeaways from AIN Conference 2012

This year’s Applied Improvisation Network annual conference took place in San Francisco, and as usual, I walked away with a ton of insights, great connections and new exercises to use in my programs. Below are some the highlights from the weekend. To find out more about the organization, check out the Applied Improvisation site. To… Read more

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Your Brain on Improv

An interesting TEDx talk on Your Brain on Improv. It doesn’t have a lot of conclusions but it does give an insight as to what’s happening when you improvise and how that may relate to creativity… Read more

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Word Brain Teasers

A few word brain teasers (highlight the area beneath the question for the answer): Name a word that has twenty-six letters. Alphabet What’s the word that you can pronounce faster by adding a syllable? Faster Where is it that Friday comes before Thursday each week? In the Dictionary What is it you break by naming… Read more

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What I Learned on the Internet, Brain Edition

They say that humans only use 10% of their brain.  I don’t know whether or not that’s true, but the following articles can help you increase the amount you use your noggin regardless of how much you use it now. Note: This is part of the What I Learned on the Internet Series. Boost Your… Read more

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