Archives for Performing

VLOG 6 A Jeep Farewell

Listen, I understand there are MUCH bigger problems in the world than having to sell my Jeep, but humor me for a few minutes (or don’t! No one will MAKE you watch this) so I may lament the passing of my Jeep keys into the hands of another man. There are no other items that exist on this planet that I feel any specific attachments to. None. As a young girl I remember rubber-necking any time a Jeep Wrangler (or even a Jeep Grand Cherokee or Cherokee) would drive by. I wanted one someday. They look so much different than
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Categories: Comedy, Performing, and Personal.

VLOG 4 Comedy Press Kit Prep

Some days I’d like to just not have a to-do list. Just be a mom. Good news is I can do that in short increments each day, and for that I am TRULY grateful. It doesn’t keep me from stressing out about all the things I could be doing to further my business objectives, however, but I do what I can and try not to stress out too much. The only way I can get things done is to break things down into bite-sized tasks. Yesterday was a day filled with meetings, catching up on emails and phone calls, and
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Categories: Comedy, Improv, Performing, Professional, and Speaker.

The Suits Shall Set You Free

This is a little throw back to a short blog I wrote about a year ago on a different platform, before this nifty site was even conceived. I really enjoy re-reading my own words about where I’ve been with my career to stay focused on where I’m going. It isn’t easy to build your own business, and personal brand of comedy, but as the glimmers of success start to show themselves, I can’t help but be excited for the future. Sure, I have no idea where my next paycheck is coming from at the moment, but somewhere out there, someone
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Categories: Comedy, Emcee, Performing, Personal, and Professional.

VLOG 3 Home Again, Home Again

Funny thing about a “quick trip” to Florida is that from Boise, where I live, that means 10-12 hour process to get there, grab a bite, hit the pillow, work for 4 hours in the morning and head right back to the airport for another 10-12 hours to get home. Ahh, the things you have to do when you build a business from scratch. Thankfully, it was a great session of Zip Zap Zop (improv in the workplace) and ultimately, I felt like it was totally worth it. When I walked in the door at 10pm, two of the three
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Categories: Comedy, Emcee, Improv, Performing, Personal, Professional, Speaker, and Uncategorized.

VLOG 2 Travel Prep

I’m heading to Florida soon to teach improv in the workplace with a group of CEO’s, all from their own company, coming together for some high-level masterminding and an ultimate, experiential workshop with me! Learn more about what in the heck it means to have improv in YOUR workplace by visiting WhatIsZipZapZop.com.  
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Categories: Comedy, Improv, Performing, and Professional.

Horse Cart: Part 3 of 3 in a KookyMegan Mini-Series

I have this recurring dream. It hits the subconscious cycle of my sleep zone about once or twice a week lately. I’m frantic. It’s the final day of my beach destination vacation. I’m scrambling around trying to pack things and prepare to head home. All of my stuff is in the drawers, which never happens in real life when I travel, so I’m yanking each drawer open and heaving things into my suitcase. I keep noticing how fast the time is moving and we are cutting it dangerously close getting out the door to the airport. I keep glancing out
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Categories: Comedy, Improv, Performing, Personal, Professional, and Speaker.

The Day I Stood Up: Part 1 of 3 in a KookyMegan Mini-Series

I’ve been “working” from home for about eighteen months now, though I put it in quotes because it isn’t at all what I thought it might be like. I have an office in my home, with your average, functional set up, perfect for getting hours and hours of work done. But as I just said, that office is in my home and I currently have three children, ages eight, three, and one. So, working is a relative term. I am working all the time but the rate at which I check things off my to-do list is much longer than
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Categories: Comedy, Emcee, Improv, Performing, and Speaker.