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Erin Diehl

Have you ever tried improv? Neither had Chris, until he met Erin Diehl. Erin is a former experiential marketer and veteran improviser that conducts workshops leveraging improv techniques to improve employees’ skills in corporate settings. That’s right. She brings improv to the corporate world.

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How to think on your feet

Have you ever tried improv? Neither had Chris, until he met Erin Diehl. Erin is a former experiential marketer and veteran improviser that conducts workshops leveraging improv techniques to improve employees’ skills in corporate settings. That’s right. She brings improv to the corporate world.

One of her many mottos: inspire, don’t perspire.

In this episode, Erin shares her story of starting out sweaty and terrified of trying improv, to then wielding it as a powerful communication and team working tool.

It makes sense. Improv is about staying in the moment, listening, and—more than anything—making other people look good. Improv teaches you how to postpone judgement, think on your feet, and trust your gut. Not unlike some of the advice you may hear from Chris.

If you’re shy or introverted, then give this episode a good listen. And in those moments of panic or distress, Erin suggests surrendering to that feeling so you can then move through it.

Feb 2

How to think on your feet

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Have you ever tried improv? Neither had Chris, until he met Erin Diehl. Erin is a former experiential marketer and veteran improviser that conducts workshops leveraging improv techniques to improve employees’ skills in corporate settings. That’s right. She brings improv to the corporate world.

One of her many mottos: inspire, don’t perspire.

In this episode, Erin shares her story of starting out sweaty and terrified of trying improv, to then wielding it as a powerful communication and team working tool.

It makes sense. Improv is about staying in the moment, listening, and—more than anything—making other people look good. Improv teaches you how to postpone judgement, think on your feet, and trust your gut. Not unlike some of the advice you may hear from Chris.

If you’re shy or introverted, then give this episode a good listen. And in those moments of panic or distress, Erin suggests surrendering to that feeling so you can then move through it.

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