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This is the basic rule of improv. Look for what is already there and add to that. This idea is the vision I base my work on. Not only the coaching and workshop session I give but as well how I interact with colleagues and clients.
This is why I love to be a contributor and user of the improvgames.com community. On this site several people who work with applied improvisation share their favourite exercises. The best part is that they don't just tell how they work, they also share why they use them.
If you have done one of my presentation skill workshops chances are I thaught you Kenn Adams story spine. Below you find a vlog by Ken himself on how to work with the spine.
Have a look around in this resource, find my contributions and try stuff out. I love to hear how it worked out for you. Also feel free to ask me if you need more hands on support on working with these exercises.