New Year, New Perspective


Now that 2010 is here, the question is how are you going to make it your best year yet? I have a suggestion: improve your perspective.

Use the change of the year (and the decade) to change your perspective to that of an improviser–instead of dwelling on what’s wrong with a situation, think about how you can build on what you have. Apply “yes and” to every situation and see how your attitude and results improve.

Need help thinking like an improvisers? Check out “Collaborating Through Yes And“, read Improv Wisdom (or at least the “Life Lessons from Improv Wisdom ), subscribe to the Humor That Works Newsletter for upcoming articles, or take an improv class.

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