Second City's Tips on Successful Improv

Three tips to overcome the fear of speaking and performing in public.
3:00 | 01/16/14

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Scott and visit Colleen Merritt Dayton. And -- didn't. What this improper comedy have to do conquering the fear -- public speaking. I think it how comedy is one of the most anxiety provoking moments that you might ever have here essentially agreeing to stand on stage. Why do you say there -- 310 accident -- it really. Help you won't -- that anxiety. The first tenant -- -- -- know that everything you say here is right to the wrong. Wrong thing to say this. Is to trust that instinct. We want -- -- get rid of that had to turn that filter that judges everything about the safe at third -- most important Tenet and -- it's gonna help you. Is -- reserve judgment of yourself and reserve judgment of others we judge yourself before other people get a chance to. And that's what can stop us and that's what can blocking -- and that's when we can start to get really nervous. We're told the class sometimes are. Fears are bigger than the real. You know in the -- business visual and confusion. -- -- not trying -- that two of we can make it if we try just that group. --

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