What if there were no bad suggestions?
Susan and Rachael give us some insight (with a generous amount of hilarity) on how the foundations of improv and the classic ‘yes, and…’ can be applied to almost any situation in life. One of the fundamental ideas they teach their improv students is that when we listen to others’ ideas and add to them, rather than replacing with our own, we’re able to build something greater together than we could have alone. Turns out this concept also helps us to be better, kinder human beings in general. Who knew?