The Art of Making Sh!t Up: Using the Principles of Improv to Become an Unstoppable Powerhouse
Work together to up your chances of business success.
The Art of Making Sh!t Up combines the lessons learned from a personal journey with the teachings derived from years of honing valuable skills through performing and presenting to thousands of people to demonstrate how working together has helped others found and grow several multimillion-dollar companies.
By focusing on topics that serve as pain points and detailing the tools and techniques of improv, this book helps people and organizations utilize new skill sets to be more productive, more accepting, and more "all in" to create a stronger teammate and team.
- Remove the fear of failure.
- Recognize when and how to trust your instincts.
- Celebrate and embrace the ideas of others.
- Listen effectively―to both people and your environment.
Thinking is hard. Listening is easy―and is most often the springboard to huge ideas. Find out how it can work for you with The Art of Making Sh!t Up.
Chapter 1. I Am Who I Say I Am
Chapter 2. Listening to Understand
Chapter 3. Building Off of Other People's Ideas
Chapter 4. From Spark to Flame
Chapter 5. The Fear of Looking Stupid
Chapter 6. People Don't Think about You as Much as You Think They Do
Chapter 7. Facing Failure: Be Wrong to Be Right
Chapter 8. Heightening
Chapter 9. Yes and, Maybe, No
Chapter 10. Small Decisions Add Up
Chapter 11. The Cult Factor
Chapter 12. Be Patiently Impatient
Chapter 13. Pain Tolerance
Chapter 14. Luck Is Like a Train
Chapter 15. Fire the Assholes
Chapter 16. Ushers, Vomit, and Why People Clean Bathrooms
Chapter 17. Diversity Is a Choice
Chapter 18. Are You Worth $10 an Hour?
Chapter 19. Nobody Knows Anything
Chapter 20. Who Gives a Shit?
Chapter 21. Everything I Know in Business I Learned from Coaching Girls Softball
Chapter 22. Trapped in the Bowels of the Grand Bazaar
Chapter 23. The Ambassador and the Bathroom
Chapter 24. China Talk
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