This blog is a goldmine for anyone that is looking to take their life to the next level. If you’ve never heard of “Improv” or “Improvisation” then I have a treat for you my friend. This blog is all about how to live an amazing life. Now, it’s not just another run in the mill Self-Development blog. You’re going to learn how to use Improv Principles, off of the stage and in your actual life. If you’ve ever wondered why some people can make boring things into an amazing endeavor, this is how my friend. Using Improv and developing an Improviser’s Mindset regardless if they’re aware of it or not.

This blog is littered with articles, blog posts, videos and more showing you how to become an Improviser in life.


The Improv Mindset Toolkit is a starter kit if you will, to becoming an Improviser at heart in your life. If you master the principles in this toolkit, and ponder the thoughts of those mentioned inside of it, you’ll have a mind rich as TJ Miller’s comedic performances. Don’t let the fact that this is free fool you, it is powerful beyond belief. I like to think of the quote “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” Remember that quote.

So what’s stopping you? Is it your mind telling you “Oh, like a free toolkit’s going to make me rich or benefit me in anyway!” or perhaps “That sounds like the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard” How about you take a chance on something. Go ahead and give it a go. Download the Improv Mindset Toolkit Here ->

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So Who is the Saint that Runs This Astounding Blog?

Hey I’m Sage. Sage, Sage Cameron. That’s my name. I do a lot of Improv within the Seattle area. Though I have the tendency to be on couch and my genes tell me that’s where I’m meant to be, I insist on being a rebel. I’ve been getting off my butt, and doing something with my life, and my hope is that you find the inspiration to do that very thing through the content on this blog.

Below is the story of how I discovered my passion, and where I get my drive.

Cheers, Sage.

When I was a Freshman in High School, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life, which was totally okay at the time. I had geometry, and I had already passed it the year before, so I decided to drop it and take a different class instead. Little did I know, this would be probably the greatest decision of my entire teenage years! I then decided to transfer into a “Beginning Drama” class, I thought this class would be an easy art credit, and my parents always told me how I should get into theatre. At the time, I was all about Basketball and Sports, so I thought to myself “This will be my way of saying I tried it and didn’t like it” so my parents would stop bugging me about it, and let me just play sports and try to blend in with the crowd of stereotypical teenage bamboozled idiots. Well, let me tell you, they were right and I was dead wrong. I loved that class so much, and I had the best of times. There wasn’t a dull moment, and for probably the first time in my entire life I felt like I was actually in the top 10% of something! I was having so much fun with something that looked so difficult on the outside, but was a natural talent for me; IMPROV. Improvisation was the changing point in my teenage life. At the end of the class, my teacher, which would come to be my first director, told me I should audition for the “Theatre Sports” team! I had no idea what that was, but it sounded amazing. Theatre Sports is, in a nutshell, competitive improv. You compete with other teams around Seattle to see who can improvise better. So, I did what anyone who found there passion would do and chased it. I auditioned. I ended up making the team! Fast forward to today and I am the Theatre Sports team captain. Go out there and find that passion, it’s a compass that you truly cannot ignore.


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