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Motivational Improviser, Avish Parashar, to Deliver Keynote Address at C.A.R.E.'s 68th Conference

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, January 28, 2020

 

MOTIVATIONAL IMPROVISER, AVISH PARASHAR,
TO DELIVER KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT C.A.R.E.’S 68TH CONFERENCE

  Harrisonburg, VA (January 28, 2020)- C.A.R.E. has announced that Avish Parashar, Motivational Improviser, will deliver the conference’s second Keynote Presentation during its 68th Conference to be held at the Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from April 4-7, 2020.

Parashar’s hilarious and energetic program “Ding Happens! How to Improvise, Adapt, and Innovate in an Ever-Changing World” will teach conference attendees how to stop fearing and hating change and how to use the power of improv comedy to improvise, adapt, and innovate-no matter what happens!  Parashar does advise conference attendees that “if things go 100% as planned for you every time, you can skip this session: otherwise,  attendees will enjoy learning how to reflexively respond to the unexpected in a way that reduces stress, improves productivity, and provides the skills to manage change.”

Avish Parashar believes that he is “quite possibly the world’s only motivational improviser”. He grew up in “exotic” Poughkeepsie, NY and now makes his home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Though he performed all through high school, he decided to stop performing when he went to college.   His resolve lasted only a few months when he attended an improv comedy show and fell in love.  One week later he auditioned for the campus improv group, got in, and the rest is history.   After graduating, he started Polywumpus Improv Comedy and performed in and around Philadelphia for seven years. Avish now focuses on speaking and training and is the author of “Improvise to Success!” and the Amazon best-selling, “Say ‘Yes, And!” READ MORE

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