Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the founder of The Improv Effect, a company that gives their clients a competitive edge, through creativity, collaboration, and effective communication.
Her goal was to help businesses reach their full potential and she has successfully done this for global companies such as Groupon, Johnson & Johnson, The PGA Tour, Crayola, and many more.
With techniques that she learned on the job at Disney and Sesame Street, she leads teams and organizations to achieve teamwork, creative problem solving, presentation skills, and product development sessions.
In addition to this, today’s guest is a much sought-after speaker, as well as a speaking coach to leaders worldwide.
She also co-authored a book called CTRL Shift: The book for any day.
Now, let’s hack …
In this 30-minute episode of Hack the Entrepreneur, host Jon Nastor and Jessie Shternshus discuss:
- Why we are made to improvise every day (and how to relearn this skill)
- Letting your audience come up with ideas on their own
- How teaching local classes helped Jessie’s business get off the ground
- How Jessie trusted her gut and following her instincts
- Why business should be treated like a game of chess
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