Whence and Whither – The easiest improvisation strategy

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Whence and whither – the easiest improvisation strategy

Unless you appreciate Shakespeare and Chaucer, you may not recognize these two words but whence means “Where are we coming from?” and whither means “where are we going?”.

This is the easiest technique of improvisation.

Begin with whence and describe the difficulties you have had leading up to the current situation. Then, make the pain on not taking action as vivid and disastrous as realistically possible.

After that, speak about whither, where we are going and what the concrete steps are.  

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