Remember the creepy snake in “The Jungle Book”? The snake who sang “Trust in me” looked exactly like someone that should absolutely, under no circumstances, be trusted. You probably have worked with someone like that snake. As a performer, it’s critical to trust your partner. This is yet another way improv can help.

In this article, I’ll explain why trust is a most important factor in radio show success. Including:

  • How trust is a personal decision, not something to hope for.
  • Trusting a partner requires a leap of faith, which sometimes leads to disappointment.
  • Trust starts within. Great performers must have a strong belief in their own abilities. 
  • The process of creating entertainment on team shows demands trust.

Trust Your Partner

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