Much of improv continues to resonate for my behavior design endeavors, particularly toward applied improv and developing an improv mindset in the workspace. Workspace interactions are not too different from the relationship-based interactions between two improvisors performing a scene. About this post. This post is about a recent improv-based blog post at Improv Nonsense (by Will Hines). A … More Feedback – As Improvisers, As Workspace Colleagues
“It’s me puttering around, sharing quick thoughts. That’s why I called it Sandbox.” – BJ Fogg I am puttering. Yes, my last post was about a month ago and before that, a month ago. In the spirit of BJ Fogg’s (about BJ Fogg) sandbox, I started my own sandbox that I call An Improvised Life (dot) Me, where … More Sandbox – Puttering and Sharing
If you are not having fun, then you are the asshole. – Susan Messing A friend of mine (pictured on the right of this image) created this .gif from an opening during one of our improv shows. As I shared with others, THIS is how I feel about improv, the improv community, and my pink, … More Express – Improv Fun
The servant leader, emotional intelligence, blah blah thing has always struck me as bogus; a means to an end. – the oracle This quote is an excerpt from an email that my friend, the oracle, sent me on 2015 February 11. Also mentioned in the email was the following – “The attached article touches on … More Dabble – Is a Servant-Leader a Means to an End?
Right is always right – not simply when it’s obvious or convenient. This quote is from a friend whom I met in late 2000 through business projects. Through the years, he and I have enjoyed healthy banter on many topics. We have not always agreed with each other, and we respect each other’s perspective. Sprinkled … More Quotes – From My Friend Nicknamed “the oracle”
Fun Firsts This past Tuesday, February 10, was a day of firsts – consulting fun, puzzle fun, and grown-up headshots fun. Consulting hours. As part of Resource Catalysts (R|CAT), I completed my first billable consulting hours. I will be invoicing those hours by the end of February. My consulting work with R|CAT is more specific … More Choices – Updating Casual Headshots
Thanks @BJFogg for the opportunity to be part of your Change Lessons with BJ Fogg. I completed the exercises for Lesson #1. I am looking forward to seeing how this can complement my Anthrocubeology endeavors, which includes Tiny Habits, as well as my exploring behavior-design based environmental, health and safety compliance practices. This post is … More Behavior – Change Lessons