“STOP THINKING, START DOING”
...An interactive improvisation workshop that can freshen your approach to projects.


Improvisation is about opening yourself to what might happen.
And then going with it.

“Everyone has a 'risk muscle.' You keep it in shape by trying new things. If you don't, it atrophies.
Make a point of using it at least once a day.” — Roger Von Oech

Throughout this workshop participants will be asked to step outside their comfort zones, take some risks and, in the process, will identify some of the day to day work habits and thought processes that might be holding them back.

“Habit is necessary; it is the habit of having habits, of turning a trail into a rut,
that must be incessantly fought against…” — Edith Wharton

From the first moments of this highly interactive workshop there will be no thinking, only doing. Using a variety of improvisational games and group exercises, participants will have an opportunity to explore a new skill, learn some new terminology and, are guaranteed to leave the workshop feeling fired up about "possibility", with a new sense of freedom and play. No previous experience required.

Sometimes we need to stop analyzing….stop planning….stop trying to figure out….
stop deciding with our mind…. And just go with “whatever happens, happens.”

Originally created for a group of theologians, independent writers, and academic thinkers at the Collegeville Institute at St John’s University, STOP THINKING, START DOING was designed to challenge a group of academics to get out of their heads. And the results were surprising. In a relatively short period of time, these thinkers became doers.

“We are dying from over thinking. We are slowly killing ourselves by thinking about everything.
Think. Think. Think.” — Anthony Hopkins

Stop Thinking. Start Doing.