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I've been exploring the world of theatral improvisation, and discovering not only how positively constructive it is, but how much it can help us build the confidence we need to face the challenges of the global and multicultural world we live in. A comment I posted on The Cultural Detective website (a great source for seeing things through others' eyes) led to a request for a guest blog post on the subject of using improvisation in the intercultural sphere.
The crux of the matter, and of my blog post, is that by adopting the first precept of improvisation we can open up so many possibilities. That first rule being a mindset of 'yes, and'. Yes to what you are saying, and I could imagine taking your idea in such-and-such a direction... It is hard to fathom how powerful that can be, especially as opposed to yes, but or yes, and here is my own take on the situation...
Interested? You can find the blog post here: Cultural Detective: What will they think of me?