“Speakers are always talking about how you want to be authentic. You want to be authentic. But very few people ever really explain what that actually means. … I think when you improvise — since you are actor, director and writer all in one — you really have to be yourself. So, if you take away none of the comedic timing elements of improv and walk away with just that ability to be creative and be yourself, I think you’ll be a much, much better speaker.”
~ Avish Parashar
from Public Speaking Super Powers
By Carma Spence
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