Author Archives: Jay Olson
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“When there is mirthful laughter, it’s as if the brain gets a workout…this allows for the subjective feeling states of being able to think more clearly and have more integrative thoughts.”
We’ve long known that humor and laughter improve learning and thinking. Now we know a little more about why. The science behind it is pretty amazing.
“Improvisational comedy workshops have become a staple at business schools, and in the corporate world in general.” – Slate.com
Click the link below and enjoy this informative article about the use of improv skills in the business world. With insightful quotes from some of my favorite colleagues!
This was a post I originally wrote for Seven Sentences. Which is why it’s only…seven sentences. Comment. Share. Enjoy!
I want to dismantle status.
I learn from my students every day. I’m excited to see them charge forward to discover on their own! Even if – no, especially if – it means disproving my preconceptions.
Leadership is a process of service, not command. It’s a product of vision and inspiration. Look at the moon, not the finger pointing to it.