I have shared with you the primary principles behind Patrick King’s book “Improve Your Conversations: Think on Your Feet, Witty Banter, and Always Know What to Say with Improv Comedy Techniques” in my previous post. I could not get enough of it and I had to post it in two installments. This second part, I would like to dwell more about the specific learnings I picked up from this book. Many years ago, there was this opportunity for me to train in a theatre company where most people joining …..
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It has been almost half the first month of the year and the fire of New Year had gone down. I can still see resolutions, goals and all that change cliché that happen every start of the year. I intentionally waited for this time before sending this post as I knew everyone is overwhelmed with the idea of change in this time around. As for many of us who are challenged by low self-esteem, shyness or lack of confidence, it is an extra effort to make a resolution. Why is that so? It is because, …..
Let’s get the ball rolling on self-confidence projects with quick and easy ones. These are small challenges that we can start practicing which will start to impact in the way we handle our confidence levels. Sometimes we take these things for granted but these are also important components of what we make of ourselves. The exercises below will train you to interact with people and get used to dealing with different kinds of people and personalities. Give these a try and let’s see how we move …..