I’m glad I don’t talk like I dance. If I did I’d probably be considered autistic—I misstep, turn the wrong way, and sometimes hijack the lead. Well, maybe I’m being too hard on myself. I’ve only had a few dance lessons.
However, in those few lessons, the parallels between dance and everyday conversation, have been striking. We can learn a lot about what makes for good conversation by what makes for good partner dancing. Here a dozen brief lessons I have learned: Continue reading
How would you like to host a party that gets everyone involved in fun, positive activities while encouraging people to be flexible and creative all while having such a blast that they will be talking about the party for months? Would you like it even better if it is no- or low-cost and simple to host?
Have an improv party or as I like to call it “Game-time-for-Grown-Ups!” Improv is short for improvisational which basically means making it up as you go. Improvisational theater has been around for a long time, but has more recently gone mainstream in the show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” which basically combines improv comedy and a game show.