Vol. 2017, No. 46
I know—these two words sound like they could be a sassy comeback from a teenager, but they're actually a common practice in improv (as in theatrical improvisation) through which you build on whatever your fellow actor throws throw at you—whether you like it or not! So, after someone finishes expressing a thought that you may not 100% agree with, rather than saying “No, but…” or “Yeah, but…” and going in a different direction , you follow it with the words “Yes, and…”.
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Until Next week,