Get ready to laugh, be inspired and embrace your inner improv superstar in this empowering episode with Judi Holler, alumna of Second City, improv enthusiast, top podcaster and best-selling author. Judi brings the funny and drops some serious wisdom on how improv can improve and shape our lives.
Starting with the power of “yes, and”—the ultimate mantra of improv that takes conversation to the next level—and finishing with tips from her book, “Fear is my Homeboy,” Judi encourages us to befriend fear and use it to push us to where we need to go. From taking her first improv class at age 30 to embracing the unexpected in sketch comedy—and life—she encourages us to live bigger, be bolder and shine brighter! And … learn why Judi wages war against the words “just” and “but”! Judi reminds us to remix our lives, change things up and tap into our inner child who knows how to have fun and take risks.
This podcast sneak peek is just a taste of what’s to come when Judi joins us on stage at LEADDD Chicago July 14th sharing her journey into improv and how it has transformed her life and how it can transform yours, too. Judi will share the secret sauce of courage (hint … it’s all about those 3 seconds of bravery at a time).
If you’re ready for laughter, inspiration and a whole lot of “and” moments, join us at LEADDD Chicago and experience the magic for yourself. Visit tridelta.org/events with the special day pass for $99 (discount code: SUMMER), you’ll be laughing your way to personal growth and success improv style!
Here are some highlights:
2:00 Get to know our Let’s Talk Tri Delta Podcast Guest, Judi Holler
7:00 A Reflection of Greek Life
10:40 Judi’s time at Second City
18:20 The importance of “Yes … And,”
24:50 The excitement for LEADDD Chicago!
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