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SOCIAL TRIGGER #9 Always Say The Rise of Superman: 17 Flow Triggers

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SOCIAL TRIGGER #9

Always Say Yes

This means interactions should be additive more
than argumentative. The goal is the momentum,
togetherness, and innovation that comes from
amplifying each other’s ideas and actions.
It’s a trigger based on the first rule of improv
comedy. If I open a sketch with, “Hey, there’s a
blue elephant in the bathroom;” then, “No, there’s
not,” is the wrong response. With the denial, the
scene goes nowhere. But if the reply is affirmative
instead: “Yeah, sorry, there was no more space in
the cereal cupboard”—well then that story goes
someplace interesting.

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