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1398912_10152119934156756_1775782914_oSome of you may have already known that my hobby is improv comedy. Here is what happens during a performance. I go on stage with my fellow actors, we ask for a suggestion from the audience, and then we create a comedy play from scratch using that suggestion.

It just so turns out that many lessons I learn in improv are totally applicable to real life. Since after all, life is a just a big improv show. Nobody wakes up with a script in hand for how to live the day.

So allow me to summarize the top three lessons I’ve learned.

  1. First things first; be a great listener.

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