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Relax, We’re All Just Making This Stuff Up!

Using the Tools of Improvisation to Cultivate More Courage and Joy in Your Life
Narrated by: Amy Lisewski
Length: 3 hrs and 2 mins
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What if I told you that you would be happier and more confident if you planned less and made stuff up more? 

The tools improvisers use to create wonderful - and often hilarious - scenes on stage are easily transferred off the stage and into real life. These tools have changed my life completely, and I want to share that with you.

In this audiobook, you’ll find some of our favorite improv exercises as well as real-life examples of how our students’ mind-sets and lives have grown and become ultimately fulfilling through practicing improvisation.

This audiobook was not made for natural-born performers, comedians, or people with “talent”. It’s for everyone, including introverts like you and me. (Yes, I’m an introvert at heart.)

If we aren’t happy with our lives, not much else matters. I want to see you living the life you are meant to live, now. I want you to experience true happiness, and practicing improvisation is the most enjoyable, and fun, way to get there.  

©2016 Amy Lisewski (P)2018 Amy Lisewski

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  • L. Hannan
  • 02-14-19

A nice introduction to Improvisation

It was a friendly and inspiring book. For me it was interesting to learn the relation between improvisation and feeling happy in life.

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